Computer Trespass

Computers and the Internet are an increasingly integral part of the way that we function in today's modern world. With that constant connectivity and access to information can come complications in some cases. Under Georgia state law, unauthorized use of a computer with the intent of removing or deleting information or damaging the function of equipment is a crime punishable by up to $50,000 in fines and prison terms of up to 15 years.

Due to the steep fines and possibility of imprisonment that accompany a conviction for computer trespass, knowing your rights and obtaining effective legal representation is imperative if you have been charged under the Georgia computer trespass laws.

Given the complexity of computers and the complications involved in navigating the legal system, if you have been charged with or investigated for a crime related to computer trespass, you need legal representation by experienced and dedicated Georgia computer trespass lawyers in order to fully protect your rights.

Atlanta Computer Trespass Attorneys

At Conaway & Strickler, P.C., we have a thorough understanding of both federal and state laws relating to computer trespass, and our attorneys are committed to protecting the rights and interests of our clients facing such charges. We work closely with forensic computer experts to fully investigate your case and prepare for trial. With over 20 years of experience representing the accused in state and federal courts, you can depend on Conaway & Strickler, P.C., for straightforward legal counsel, aggressive defense of your rights and effective presentation of your case to a jury. It's no wonder that Newsweek called Conaway & Strickler, P.C., "one of America's best criminal defense firms."

For superior legal representation on computer trespass charges, call our Atlanta criminal defense firm to arrange for your free initial consultation. All conversations are strictly confidential.