Miami Computer Crime Attorney
Aggressively Defending Against Cyber Crime Allegations
Any criminal activity that is conducted via the computer or a network thereof, could be prosecuted as a cyber-crime. With the FBI on high alert for cyber-based terrorism, online sexual exploitation, computer intrusions or any other type of major cyber fraud, the national efforts being taken to prevent such activity are sometimes more than the activity actually being conducted. In fact, the Federal Bureau of Investigation has developed a list of key priorities to which they devote much of their attention, including computer intrusions, fraud, online predators and piracy / intellectual property rights.
As a former Miami-Dade cyber-crime prosecutor, no one understands this division of the law to the same degree as Mr. Seltzer. For a number of years, the Miami criminal defense lawyer devoted his entire career to handling cases of this nature and this nature only. As such, he may be one of the most well-versed and knowledgeable professionals in the field on matters related to computer and cyber-crimes to date.
Mr. Seltzer has taught demystifying courses at the Florida Judicial College for a number of years, helping others gain insight into the extensive knowledge he holds in the field. By his side, you stand a much better chance of obtaining a positive result to your case than should you try and go it alone or under the representation of a public defender whose skills and time are not truly invested in the end results of your legal actions.
How Seltzer Law, PA Can Help
As an evolving area of the law, cyber crimes are still widely unfamiliar among practicing attorneys throughout the country. At Seltzer Law, however, this is far from the case. When you contact the firm today you will be represented by a professional whose skills have been recognized by professional peers and past clients alike, specifically earning him notoriety as a Super Lawyer Rising Star in 2010, among other accolades.
Mr. Seltzer is prepared to defend you against allegations or suspicions of the following:
- Damaging, destroying or injuring computer supplies and equipment that were used or intended for use in a computer network
- Introducing viral contaminants (more commonly referred to as viruses) into a computer system or network owned by someone else
- Destroyed, damaged or taken computer equipment / supplies that belong to another
- Accessing the computer and / or network system of another without explicit permission
Depending on the circumstances involved in your case, you could be looking at up to 15 years of prison time if you convicted for a crime of this nature. However, this does not have to be the case. Under the direction of a professional at Seltzer Law you can actively work side by side with your defense attorney to prevent being convicted of any type of computer crime, including those involving accusations of intellectual property. Contact Seltzer Law, PA for the defense you need.
For more information, see Florida Statute 815.06: Offenses against computer users.