Orlando Computer/Internet Fraud and Violations Lawyers
As alleged criminals increasingly use computers and the Internet to conduct criminal activity, federal prosecutors have increased their understanding of how to use computers to accomplish criminal convictions. Often, when pursuing criminal evidence, federal prosecutors subpoena only the defendant’s hard drive.
At the Orlando, Florida, criminal defense law firm of Leventhal & Slaughter, LLC we have more than matched federal agents’ ability to conduct investigations via computer-related information and evidence. We work with computer forensic specialists to access and analyze information on computers.
By moving nimbly through information found on computers and other devices using current and evolving technology, we can access and analyze information early on. By determining legal problems and identifying and pursuing solutions almost immediately, we can often gain an edge on prosecutors.
If you have been accused of a computer-related legal violation, we can help. Do you face one of the following charges?
- Downloading or possessing child pornography?
- Wiring or transmitting illegal funds?
- Computer hacking and computer-related swindling?
- Charges related to online pharmacies?
- Any crime in which prosecutors suspect incriminating information may be found on your computer?
As former federal prosecutors with the United States Department of Justice and the United States Attorney's Office, our attorney team is familiar with government prosecutors’ methods and tactics and with computer crime defense options.
For example, in a recent case, prosecutors charged our client with possession of child pornography. Our investigation, however, revealed that the only pornography in question was a tiny “thumbnail” image on our client’s hard drive. We worked to demonstrate that prosecutors could not prove our client had conducted the download and could not prove he had ever opened or viewed the document.
We have handled dozens of computer pornography cases and hundreds of wire and mail fraud cases. For more information about our firm and about our criminal defense legal services, contact our office for a no-charge consultation.
If you have questions regarding computer and Internet fraud charges, contact our firm for a free initial consultation. We accept credit cards, are available for evening and weekend appointments, and are conveniently located in downtown Orlando within walking distance of the federal and state courthouses. To contact us, call 407-849-6161.