Shrewsbury, New Jersey Criminal Trial Lawyer
Defense of Internet Crimes
The Internet—a word only recently added to our dictionary—drives our economy and expands our means of communication. E-Bay, E-trade, E-mail—we can buy, sell, manage accounts, or message instantly and without regard to geography. At the Law Offices of John F. Marshall, in Monmouth County, our criminal defense attorneys are, however, concerned about the rights of those accused of using the Internet for criminal purposes. If you are under investigation for a computer crime, and would like to speak with a member of our firm, please contact our Shrewsbury office and arrange a free consultation with a lawyer with the appropriate experience.
When is activity on the Internet a crime?
There is confusion about legal and illegal uses of the Internet. Is it a crime to purchase and sell stolen goods or prohibited materials, if you had no way of knowing the source or nature of the goods? If an unsolicited pop-up appears on your computer monitor and you delete it, a record of the image will remain on your hard drive—can it later be used to convict you of a crime? Is it an invasion of privacy to e-mail a picture to a group of friends? What are the definitions of "assault" and "terroristic threats" when applied to use of the Internet? These questions affect modern criminal law.
A lawyer with experience in defense of Internet crimes
Our lead attorney, John F. Marshall, defends clients accused of various computer crimes and illegal online activities. Mr. Marshall has over fifteen years of experience in criminal defense, has a strong personal interest in the use of technology, and before practicing law, worked as an accountant. His experience in the areas of electronic communication, business, and white collar crime, combined with his analytical ability and skill at trial allow him to provide our clients with powerful, effective representation.
Are you a suspect in a computer crime investigation?
If you have been asked to turn over electronic files at work, or investigators have seized your hard drive, do not answer any questions. Consult with a lawyer at the first opportunity and preserve your right to build a strong defense. Illegal sting operations, unauthorized search and seizure of hard drives, reasonable cause to request a search warrant, privacy issues—these all need to be redefined in the world of Internet communications and commerce.
Our attorneys are prepared to consider cases involving Internet fraud, Internet theft, identity theft, credit card theft, pornography, misrepresentation, terroristic threats, and other online activities.
If you have been arrested or charged with any type of Internet crime, exercise your right to remain silent. Call toll free 1-877-450-8301 or e-mail our Shrewsbury law firm to arrange a free consultation with a criminal defense lawyer.
The Law Offices of John F. Marshall
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