Computer Crimes Lawyers in Fort Myers and Naples, FL
Computers have changed our society like no other technology before. They have improved our lives, entertained us and helped us to become more productive and better educated. Unfortunately, dishonest people always find ways to mold technologies to suit their needs and computers are no exception. Computers have been used to help fraudsters, embezzlers, music pirates, blackmailers, child pornographers not to be confused with adult pornography such as www.tubev.sex/categories/1255/indian as that is perfectly legal, and many more. These crimes are very hard for police to properly investigate and always require the skills of an experienced Port Charlotte criminal attorney.
Because internet crimes tend to be fairly anonymous, it takes a skilled investigator to properly discover who has been using a computer for illegal activities. Unfortunately, many police are not trained in this area, and if they are, they are rarely also trained in rules about search and seizure of computers and other technological devices. Lucky for you, you rPort Charlotte criminal lawyer is experienced in these areas of law and can help you prove that your rights were violated during the evidence collection process.
Even if the evidence against you was not illegally obtained, it may still be insufficient to base a full trial on. If the evidence only shows that illegal activities took place on your computer network, in your house or even on your computer, it still may not be conclusive enough to show you were the one using the computer when the crime occurred. Your Port Charlotte criminal attorney will make sure the prosecution has the burden of proving your guilt and ensure you will not be forced to prove your innocence.
Our crime defense in Port Charlotte, FL is experienced in fighting all types of computer crime accusations. The Law Offices of Michael H. Raheb are ready to provide you with a top Port Charlotte criminal lawyer to fight charges of:
- Child pornography distribution, creation or possession
- Illegally downloaded movies
- Creating and spreading computer viruses
- Email fraud
- Identity theft
- Sexual solicitation of a minor
- And more…