Internet Crimes in Lexington
Consequences of an Internet Crime Conviction
An Internet crime is any offense committed over or using the Internet. They are prosecuted in both state and federal Courts. Individuals convicted of computer crimes face prison sentences, high fines, and criminal records. A conviction can mean the loss of your job, your assets and take you away from your family.
Don't Let Just Anyone Represent You
The technical knowledge required to defend someone charged with an Internet crime isn't taught in law school. TCP / IP, DHCP, DNS, spoofing, subnet masking, and phreaking aren't defined in the legal dictionary. With experience in both criminal defense and computer networks, the Lexington Internet crimes attorney at the Law Office of James R. Snell, Jr., LLC is qualified to represent clients charged with Internet and online crimes. In addition to his background in criminal defense, James Snell has earned the MCSE, CCNA, and N+ credentials. Prior to becoming a criminal defense attorney, his previous job titles included Internet manager for an ISP, network manager for an enterprise-level NT domain, and he has even served as an information technology consultant for several Fortune 500 companies.
Our firm is prepared to take on a wide variety of cases involving:
- Financial transaction systems
- Telephone switches
- Government networks
- The MPAA
- Email spamming / spoofing
- Military systems
- Consumer privacy violations
Don't hesitate to take action to defend your future against the serious consequences you face. We understand what a stressful experience this may be, and are ready to stand by you and help you navigate your way back out of the criminal justice system. Our Lexington criminal attorneys take each case very seriously, and we always place our clients' interests ahead of our own. In addition to Lexington, we also serve the Columbia, South Carolina area. If you want a dedicated legal advocate with a proven track record of success on your side, call us now for a confidential consultation.