Cyber Crimes Lawyers
With technology at an all time high, cyber crimes are becoming more and more common. These high tech crimes can carry severe consequences, including significant fines and lengthy prison time. If you are facing accusations, you need the skills of an experienced attorney that understands the relevant laws and technology. For more than twenty years, The Law office of David W. Polsky has been representing those charged with non-violent crimes in Northern New Jersey.
Cyber crimes have recently gained more attention. Investigations and prosecution of related offenses have been on the rise. Innocent individuals often experience unfair allegations because either they get caught up in the investigation of cases or become targets when there is no one else to accuse.
Common Cyber Crimes
Cyber crimes are used to describe a vast array of non-violent, but illegal activities, committed via the computer and other forms of electronic communication. Common charges include:
- Electronic Theft
- Identity theft
- Introduction of viruses into a computer system
- Computer trespassing
- Sexual harassment
- Computer tampering
Cyber Crime Penalties
Even though they are considered a non-violent crime, cyber crimes are serious matters. They are subject to both federal and state prosecution, since electronic means don’t have boundaries. These crimes can result in severe penalties, including incarceration and extensive fines. Additionally, employment and reputation are jeopardized by these charges. With our aggressive defense strategies theses severe repercussions may be avoidable. We will negotiate with prosecutors in order to prevent a trial and provide aggressive advocacy in the courtroom if a criminal trial is necessary.
All matters I accept are on a reasonable flat fee basis. We accept all major credit/debit cards, and payment plans are available. I offer a free consultation either by phone or in my office. Feel free to call me now at: (973) 686-9787
I have been admitted to practice law since 1991, and offer experienced legal assistance to help in your matter.