Cybercrime is a crime in which the use of a computer or the internet is involved. Cybercrime often involves internet fraud of some sort, personal information stealing, or misleading someone for personal gain. These crimes are heavily prosecuted and the sentencing for those convicted of cybercrimes is not very flexible.
Examples of cybercrimes include, but are not limited to:
- Computer hacking
- Email interception
- Identity theft
- Internet fraud
If you have been accused of a cybercrime or if you are facing an imminent accusation, it is important to seek legal counsel immediately. Aggressive cybercrime defense can help you avoid additional charges and start creating a defense for the crimes you have already been charged with. It is important to be completely honest with your defense attorney so you have a realistic defense strategy. Cybercrime attorney Zachary C. Holbrook, P.C. in Utah is prepared to help you fight your cybercrime charges. He also facilitates plea bargains, reduced or dropped charges, reduced sentencing, and the right to a fair trial.