You can be charged with a criminal offense if child pornography has been stored on your computer, if you are accused of making terroristic threats via the Internet, or if you allegedly committed fraud such as identify theft, bank fraud and criminal wire transfers via the Internet or in some other way.
Explore Your Legal Options When Accused of a Computer Crime
If you face criminal charges for any type of computer crime or white collar crime, including Internet-related sex offenses such as soliciting a minor online, contact experienced Toms River, New Jersey, lawyer David T. Schlendorf to discuss your legal options and the best defense strategy against charges, such as:
- State and federal computer crimes
- Internet fraud
- Online identity theft
- Conducting Ponzi schemes
- Investment fraud
- Credit card fraud
Talk to Former Assistant Prosecutor David Schlendorf
Remember that it is the burden of the prosecution to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you were the person who committed the alleged criminal acts. As a former assistant prosecutor and current criminal defense lawyer, Mr. Schlendorf has handled thousands of criminal cases, including computer-related and white-collar crime cases. He knows what the prosecution is looking for and how to act to protect the constitutional rights of the accused.
Take Steps Now to Protect Your Constitutional Rights
Do not resign yourself to the inevitability of an unjustified criminal conviction that will likely result in serious consequences far into your future. Discuss your options for a strong defense with David Schlendorf in full confidence. Learn about the role that computer forensics experts can play in the preparation of your case. Prevent unnecessary penalties and mitigate any potential impact on your personal and professional life.
If you are facing computer crime charges in New Jersey communities such as Toms River, Asbury Park, New Brunswick or Long Branch, call or e-mail the Law Offices of David T. Schlendorf.