Internet Stings / Cybercrimes
In today's society, everyone has access to computers and the Internet. Whether it is from their own homes, public libraries or Internet cafés, individuals have many ways of accessing the Web. Police and federal surveillance of the Internet has also increased. Cybercrimes are becoming increasingly common with the increased and widespread use of technology in our daily lives.
If you have been charged with one or multiple cybercrimes, turn to us at Law Office of John W. Noonan. Located in Dublin, California, we have been providing individuals with professional criminal defense representation since 1963. Our firm serves Dublin, Alameda County, Contra Costa County and the surrounding Bay Area, California, communities, as well as the San Jose Valley.
To speak with a member of our firm about your cybercrimes charges, contact us through our firm's 24-hour phone number at 925-463-3340. This call can allow you to arrange a free consultation with cybercrimes defense attorney John W. Noonan.
Cybercrimes, or computer crimes, are generally defined as criminal activity involving an information technology infrastructure. Some of the types of cybercrimes that we handle include:
- Forgery and identity theft
- Electronic or computer fraud
- Misuse of devices
- Unauthorized or illegal access
- Illegal interceptions
- Data interference
- Systems interference
- Invasion of privacy
- Stalking and harassment
As a criminal defense law firm, we also handle a range of drug offenses and sex crimes, including those that are committed with the help of the Internet. One of the more common situations is when an adult arranges a meeting with an individual who they have been speaking with via the Internet. They believe this individual to be of age when in reality it is an underage individual. This can result in a range of charges, such as solicitation of a minor or child pornography.
Contact us at 925-463-3340 today to schedule your consultation. We will discuss the facts of your charge and potential defenses to the Internet fraud and cybercrime charges.