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Cyber-activity, and therefore cyber-crime, has become part of our culture. From online shopping to online business structures to social media, a substantial part of our personal and business lives now takes place on the internet. Criminal activity that takes place on the internet has increased dramatically in proportion to the central role that online activity now plays in all of our daily lives. The penalties that apply in internet crime cases can be just as substantial as those that apply with violent crimes, and often include significant jail time, restitution, and substantial monetary penalties. The New Jersey Cyber Crime Lawyers at Team Law provide the highest quality legal representation in cybercrime cases throughout NJ. Contact us today for a free consultation.
Whether you have been accused of a broad-scale violation of internet laws or something seemingly simple, such as accessing a former significant other’s computer without authorization, you need a strong legal defense to fight the charges. At Team Law, we have the legal knowledge and skills necessary to remain current in the face of the frequently-evolving laws that apply in internet crimes cases. We fight to minimize the charges against you if at all possible, understanding the difficulty to satisfy evidentiary standards that the prosecution must satisfy to obtain a conviction in internet crimes cases. We use our aggressive criminal defense tactics and vast legal experience to build a strong defense and get the best possible result for you.
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If you or someone you know are facing cyber-crime charges in New Jersey, the attorneys at Team Law are skilled and experienced, and ready to help. Contact us today to schedule a free and confidential discussion.
Internet-based crimes have evolved quickly, as agencies and prosecutors have had their fair share of catching up to do. The New Jersey and federal legislatures have not been far behind in criminalizing certain internet/computer activities. We represent clients accused of internet crimes in New Jersey, including:
If convicted of an internet crime, you may face a wide range of penalties that vary in severity depending upon the impact that the alleged crime had on the individuals involved and the public as a whole. In general, it is a crime to use the internet to access any type of computer system or program without authorization, including where that access is used to carry out some type of theft or fraud. In New Jersey, internet crimes can be punished as follows:
Wrongful access and disclosure of personal identifying information or data in and of itself can also be punished as a third-degree crime, carrying up to five years in prison and $15,000 in fines, or a second-degree crime with the potential for 10 years in prison if the information was protected by law or court order.
An accusation of a cyber or internet crime is a serious matter. At Team Law, our New Jersey Cyber Crime Lawyers are here to help, providing high-caliber legal protection and insight into your options moving forward. We have the experience and skills necessary to build a strong defense in your favor. If you or a loved one has been charged with a cyber or internet crime, contact Team Law for a free and confidential consultation.
If you are convicted of a first-degree cyber-crime or if the victim was a government agency, you must serve at least 10 to 20 years in prison. Additionally, separate convictions for distinct internet crimes will not be merged together when arriving at the sentence, meaning that the prison terms can be added on to each other, resulting in much lengthier prison sentences. In order to mount a tactical defense to these charges, it is important to have an experienced attorney advocating on your behalf. Contact a member of our legal team to learn more.
The charges against you can be elevated based on the identity of the victim. If the victim is a minor or a government entity, or if you are convicted of cyberstalking when a restraining order was already in place, the grading of the crime and related sentencing can be more severe. If the internet crime involved fraud or stealing property, the value of the property in question will also impact the grading of the crime and the severity of the consequences.
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