Charged with an Internet Crime in Michigan?
Michigan Criminal Attorney
There are various crimes that can be committed with the use of a computer. These include credit card fraud, stealing personal information through the use of a computer and using it to gain access to money or credit, or other such crimes. It is critical to contact a
Michigan criminal defense lawyer if you have been arrested or are under investigation for such a crime. Many computer/internet crime offenses are federal offenses, and if you go to trial, you will be in federal court. Your lawyer must be familiar with dealing with federal offenses, and be skilled in the defense of internet or computer crimes.
How are computer crimes prosecuted?
In many computer crime or internet crime cases, the investigators working on the case are part of a federal investigation unit such as the FBI. These are some of the most dedicated and relentless investigators in the country, and will be determined that you are convicted, with the help of a federal prosecutor. These are some serious odds against you in any such case, and it is critical that you have equally powerful legal representation. In many cases it may be necessary to conduct an independent investigation in order to find evidence to defend you of the charge. It is absolutely vital that you have a defense attorney fighting aggressively on behalf of your defense in internet crime or computer crime cases.
Fight Computer Crime Charges in Michigan
If convicted, depending on the details and circumstances of your charges, you may face years in federal or state prison. Under such a circumstance, it is imperative that you have legal representation that is creative, flexible and experienced in dealing with these complex charges. The evidence against you and how it was obtained could be challenged. There may have been errors or violations in "search and seizure" or procedures used by law enforcement that can result in the evidence against you being inadmissible in court. Attorney Garrison will aggressively fight to defend you in any internet or computer crime charges; contact a Michigan computer crime lawyer at our firm today to learn about your defense options.