Dallas Internet Crime Defense Lawyer

Protecting the Rights of Citizens in the 21st Century

By its simplest definition, an Internet crime is any computer crime that involves the use of the Internet for the purpose of fraud, embezzlement, identity theft, or to obtain possession of illegal content like child pornography. Talk about a big net. The legal landscape regarding the Internet is constantly shifting as technology and law struggle to establish a consistent relationship.

That’s why you need Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP. We have keen insight into Internet law, how it is applied, and the most recent developments in the field. As a result, we provide innovative and creative legal representation—combined with the ethical and diligent approach we are known for.

Schedule your free consultation with us online or by calling (214) 301-5007.

About Internet Crime

Internet crime can be generally broken into two broad categories.

The first category includes crimes that exclusively involve the use of the Internet. Such crimes include disseminating a computer virus, hacking into secure websites, hijacking domain names, and "phishing" or soliciting financial data by sending out bogus emails.

The second category of Internet crime involves fraudulently setting up an Internet business or promotional website to attract customers for the purpose of fraudulent or unfair business practices. Because the Internet is so broad in scope, either category of Internet crime could result in a federal felony charge.

Why Choose Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP?

A cornerstone of our success is our willingness to look beyond the criminal charges and always remember that we are representing you, as a person. Our attorneys thoroughly investigate the activities that led up to your arrest and whether there was a likelihood that you intended to commit a crime.

Police, prosecutors, and federal authorities often set up illegal sting operations to entrap otherwise law-abiding citizens into committing a crime they are often unaware of committing. We fight back against that by aggressively asserting your rights. We work hard to find an effective defense strategy, and we make sure the judge and jury will understand it.

Talk With a Dallas Federal Computer Crime Defense Lawyer

We are recognized for our commitment to integrity and our reputation for excellence in state and federal courts throughout Texas. Contact us for a free consultation about the Internet crime charges you face. When you hire us to represent you, we will always keep you informed about the progress of your case, and how your decisions will affect the outcome.

Contact our firm anytime, day or night, at (214) 301-5007—we have the skill and experience to maximize your chances of a positive outcome.

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