Being charged with any type of crime is a serious matter and internet crimes are no exception. Due to the fact that they occur online and involve alleged criminal activities that impact people and organizations in other states and countries, you could be facing federal as well as state criminal charges. In these situations, you need an aggressive Columbia internet crime lawyer on your side. At the Law Offices of Todd K. Mohink, P.A.,we have decades of experience representing clients and can help strategize a strong legal defense in your case.
Most of us conduct at least a portion of our professional, personal, and financial business online and companies are often dependant on the internet for completing tasks and storing data. As a result, incidents involving internet crimes have exploded over recent years. Under the Maryland Statutes, you could end up facing criminal charges for any activity which attempts to subvert or damage computer systems, as well as for actions intended to defraud or harass companies and individuals online.
At the Law Offices of Todd K. Mohink, P.A., we work diligently to defend and protect you when facing these types of charges. As experienced Columbia internet crime lawyers, we represent clients who have been charged with the following:
If convicted of any of the above charges, you could be facing serious penalties which include heavy fines and a potential jail sentence. Depending on the type of crime you are alleged to have committed, you could be facing federal charges as well.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is the lead government agency charged with investigating internet crimes. Through their cyber crime unit, they investigate illegal activities online, which range from ransomware attacks and fraud committed by one or two individuals to coordinated group efforts targeting major corporations, banking systems, and other government agencies.
Once your case attracts the attention of the FBI, it is not uncommon for other federal agencies, such as the Department of Defense or Homeland Security, to get involved as well. This is a serious situation which requires having an experienced internet crime lawyer on your side. Our thorough knowledge of federal law and how these agencies typically operate enables us to provide you with the strongest possible defense to avoid a potential conviction.
When facing charges related to internet crimes, you need a lawyer experienced in these matters to begin working immediately on your case. At the Law Offices of Todd K. Mohink, P.A. we urge you to contact our Howard County office at 410-766-0113 to find out how we can help you today.
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