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Round Rock Internet Crime Lawyer
Criminal Defense Attorney Serving Williamson County
The Internet has not only changed the way people communicate with each other, it has also created new opportunities for criminal activities.
Over the years both State and Federal law enforcement agencies have become extremely adept at monitoring online activities and finding criminal offenders, including people engaging in:
- Internet fraud
- Identity theft
- Online solicitation of a minor
- The distribution and download of child pornography
The penalties for a conviction in an Internet criminal case will depend on both the type of crime that was committed and the extent of the activity. A fraud and identity theft case can result in felony, Federal charges or both in cases involving large scale criminal operations. Online crimes against children are also considered extremely serious and can lead to imprisonment as well as mandatory sex offender registration.
A Round Rock criminal defense attorney should be consulted immediately if you have been accused of an Internet crime. These cases are often extremely complex due to the technology involved, and will require representation by a seasoned and knowledgeable lawyer.
Internet Crime Defense
If you have been charged with an Internet crime, retaining the services of a proven criminal attorney can have a significant impact on the success of your defense. The Law Office of Ryan H. Deck has the resources and ability to build a formidable defense when fighting Internet crime charges.
We are a highly skilled criminal defense firm that is not afraid to take a case to trial. Ryan is a former Montgomery County Assistant District Attorney that knows how the prosecution thinks and will prepare an aggressive defense strategy. Our firm will conduct an independent investigation of the charges against you, and utilize our extensive resources when challenging the prosecution's evidence. We are veteran legal professionals that will confidently represent you in court.
Contact an Internet crime attorney for qualified legal advice and determined representation if you have been charged with an Internet crime.
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