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Concord Internet Crime Attorney

Experienced Defense Against Internet Crime Charges in North Carolina

Internet crimes cover a wide range of activities including child pornography, identity theft, theft of intellectual property, hacking, phishing (extraction of one's credit card info), chat room solicitation of minors, trademark infringement, cyber stalking and harassment over the internet. Internet crimes can be prosecuted on the federal or state level, and often carry with them heavy penalties.

One charged with such a crime will need criminal defense representation that is experienced with these often complex and intricate cases, including substantial understanding of computer technology, internet protocols (IPs) and how data is stored. They would also have to have thorough understanding of the prosecution's side, including the limits of what the prosecution can prove in these types of cases.

If you have been charged with an internet crime it is essential that you contact a Concord criminal defense attorney as early as possible to get you the skilled legal defense you will need.

Aggressive Defense for Internet Crime Accusations

The Law Offices of Darrin M. Gamradt, P.C. have extensive experience defending clients charged with a range of internet crimes. This is a technologically complicated area of the law, and the firm has the in-depth knowledge of the internet and the various potential angles of defense in cyber crime cases to bring about legal victories on behalf of their clients. These are very serious charges that require strong legal representation, and a North Carolina criminal lawyer at the firm can help you in formulating a defense that is best-suited to your individual circumstances. With ample experience on both the prosecution and criminal defense sides of the law, the firm's attorneys will have the know-how of what to expect from the other side, as well as the knowledge of how to best combat these charges and help you get the outcome you deserve.

Contact a Concord internet crime attorney if you are facing internet crime charges and need effective legal solutions.

Commonly Asked Questions

Why is it crucial to have a defense attorney with knowledge of computer technology for internet crime charges?

Defending against internet crime charges requires more than just legal knowledge; it necessitates a comprehensive understanding of computer technology, internet protocols, and data storage. This technical insight is vital for dissecting the prosecution's arguments and constructing a robust defense strategy tailored to the intricacies of cyber crime cases.

What types of internet crimes can be prosecuted in Concord, North Carolina?

In Concord, North Carolina, internet crimes encompass a variety of illegal activities such as child pornography, identity theft, theft of intellectual property, hacking, phishing, chat room solicitation of minors, trademark infringement, and cyber stalking. These crimes can be prosecuted at both the federal and state levels and are known for their severe consequences.


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