Cyber Crime Criminal Defense

Computer and internet crimes may involve several state and federal charges. In Tennessee most computer crimes are controlled by the Personal and Commercial Computer Act. In federal courts computer offenses are generally covered by the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA). These crimes can range from misdemeanor penalties to serious federal felony offenses that carry mandatory minimum sentencing.

At Breeding & Henry, LLC, we can help you understand the charges against you and the penalties you may be facing. We are honest and upfront about your legal options. As veteran criminal defense attorneys, we are always ready to protect your constitutional rights and present your case persuasively before a jury. Our experience representing clients in sophisticated computer crimes cases is invaluable to crafting a defense. There are many ways to defend a computer crime, and with our network of computer experts we are able to attack the prosecutions case. We will ensure law enforcement had probable cause to investigate you and make certain proper warrants were obtained to search computer files. We can protect your interests in the criminal justice system. You do not have to face these penalties, some of which can be life-altering, without knowledgeable legal counsel.

Tech Crime Defense Against A Wide Range Of Criminal Charges

The exact charges against you will depend on the circumstances associated with your arrest. Typical charges associated with internet offenses that we defend against include:

  • Malware/hacking charges
  • Fraud and identity theft
  • Possession of child pornography
  • Soliciting prostitutes/prostitution
  • Phishing
  • Blackmail/extortion
  • Electronic harassment
  • Drug trafficking
  • Criminal copyright infringement (piracy)
  • Theft of trade secrets

Staying At The Forefront Of Criminal Laws Regarding Computer Crimes

Our attorneys have vast experience handling criminal defense matters of all types, including federal charges. Our lawyers have successfully represented criminal defendants against a variety of computer and internet-related offenses, including white collar crimes.

To get an assessment of your legal situation and options, consult with our experienced legal team in our Knoxville, Tennessee, office. You can reach us by calling 865-223-6307, or you can reach us online.