Protection Against Charges Of Online Internet Crimes

If you have been charged with a computer-based crime, it likely means serious trouble. In most such cases, state or federal investigators have been monitoring suspects and collecting data on computer activity for months. Any crime that involves the use of a computer or the internet could result in immediate confiscation of all personal and business computer hardware and digital files.

With this in mind, it is imperative for the accused to work with experienced, technologically savvy legal representation. At Conaway & Strickler P.C., we work to challenge and counteract the aggressive tactics of criminal investigators and prosecuting attorneys at every stage of the investigation, negotiation and trial. With offices in Atlanta and New York, our attorneys have nearly 50 years of combined experience defending clients throughout the U.S. Indeed, founding attorney Meg Strickler is the current co-chair of the iTech Cyber Crime Committee, and is recognized as one of the leading defense lawyers in the field.

Contact our firm today to discuss your unique case and circumstances with an attorney who can go to work for you immediately. If you have received a phone call from a government agency or a subpoena, call us now at 404-445-6486.

Tactful Investigation And Representation

Computer and internet crimes often fall under the category of "white collar crimes," but they can be charged against anyone. Possible charges may include:

  • Computer hacking or trespass
  • Invasion of privacy
  • Conducting illegal financial transactions or wire fraud
  • Bank fraud
  • Credit card or debit card fraud
  • Securities fraud
  • Embezzlement
  • Other illegal moneymaking schemes
  • Destroying computer information or data
  • Spreading a computer virus or network attacks
  • Phishing scams
  • Fraudulently obtaining computer data
  • Copyright theft
  • Illegally acquiring confidential national security data
  • Cyberstalking
  • Child pornography
  • Enticing a minor through the use of a computer
  • Sexual texting (sexting)
  • Sexual emails
  • Identity theft
  • Computer theft

We collaborate with technical forensic specialists on examination of all types of technical devices. We know the security issues of these devices, how to track evidence, and how to present defense cases to judges and juries tactfully and convincingly. We understand how to capture and organize digital evidence (critical dates, downloaded material, web history, transaction records, etc.).

Many of our clients have never committed a crime before, and ought not to have been charged now. We prove the intended actions of our clients. We place the burden of proof squarely on the prosecution, and we are prepared to combat cases at the state and federal levels.

Here To Help When You Most Need It

From the day you begin working with us, our firm will work hard to protect your reputation and constitutional rights. To learn more, reach out to our firm by calling 404-445-6486. You can also contact us online. Initial consultations are always free, enabling us to assess your case before you're obliged to retain us.