Internet Crimes

Medford Criminal Defense Law Firm Handles Cybercrime Cases

Recent waves of technological advancements have made computers and internet software readily available to practically everywhere. Anyone can access the World Wide Web with ease from their handheld cell phone, portable device, or from behind the wheel of a car. Unfortunately, with internet access being accessible at the touch of a finger, there has been an increase in internet crimes and computer crimes.

The federal and state governments are catching on, and as a result, more and more arrests are being made for cybercrime allegations. Offenses such as identity theft, internet fraud, internet harassment, online stalking, and cybersex crimes are on the rise, and are showing trends of continuing to increase.

If you have been accused of an internet crime in Oregon, or are currently involved in a computer crime investigation, you need to call an attorney as soon as possible. At The Law Office of Justin Rosas, I can be depended on to represent you fully and aggressively advocate your rights. I know what is at stake, and know that your freedom is invaluable.

Common Computer Crimes

A computer or internet crime is committed when any person who knowingly accesses, attempts to access or uses, or attempts to use, any computer, computer system, or computer network for the purpose of devising or executing a scheme or artifice to defraud another person. A scheme could relate to an attempt to obtain money, property, or services by means of false pretenses or promises.

Common examples of computer crimes include:

  • Internet phishing
  • Internet fraud
  • Identity theft
  • Cyberstalking
  • Cybersex crimes

Child Exploitation and Internet Crimes

It is not uncommon for sex crimes and internet crimes to be related. With technology being increasingly accessible, it has been much easier for young children to access the internet. The federal government has dedicated a specific branch of the FBI to tracking internet crimes and internet sex crimes. This has led to nationwide investigations, through which the FBI has tried to crack down on repeat sex offenders by using fake internet profiles or tracking users through child pornography.

If you have been accused of an internet crime or have been subjected to an FBI investigation for an internet crime, you need to speak with a Medford internet crime attorney immediately. Computer crime cases are extremely intricate and demand the attention of a criminal defense lawyer that understands technology and the legal technicalities of cybercrime laws.

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