Technical Defense Against Cybercrime Charges

Accusations of cybercrimes — such as fraud or online sex crimes — not only jeopardize your future; they can destroy your reputation, your relationships with family and friends, and your career. When you are facing potential criminal penalties and the collateral consequences of a cybercrime conviction, you need an experienced criminal defense attorney who is concerned about your future and who will fight to protect your interests.

At THE WOLF LAW FIRM, our defense attorneys have extensive experience representing individuals and professionals who are facing potential prison sentences and other serious ramifications. Based in the Detroit area, our firm is available to defend clients in state and federal courts throughout Michigan.

Fighting For You In Wire Crimes

Our firm handles a wide range of computer crime cases, including:

  • Identity theft
  • Credit card theft/credit card fraud
  • Threats/harassment via text or e-mail messages
  • Craigslist/eBay scams
  • Computer/Internet/Cyber fraud
  • Online solicitation/Internet solicitation of minors
  • Child pornography (possession, distribution, production)
  • Sexting
  • Bullying
  • Phishing
  • Other computer or cell phone related crimes

Early Intervention Is Critical

Once suspicion of cybercrimes is raised, law enforcement will obtain a search warrant to search your computer hard drives. Authorities often collect extensive evidence, including transcripts of conversations in chat rooms, social networking site communications, and browsing history. Please note, if you are caught destroying potentially damaging material, you will more than likely face additional charges.

Whether you have been questioned by police or suspect that you may be the target of an investigation, it is absolutely imperative that you contact an experienced criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible. As a former state and federal prosecutor who was assigned to the White Collar Fraud and Special Prosecutions units, lead attorney Allen Wolf has the knowledge, skill, and experience needed to handle these types of complex cases.

Let Us Use Our Technical Case Skills For You

If you have been arrested or suspect charges may be filed against you for cybercrime, let us put our experience to work for you. Send us an email or call our office at 866-221-2159.