Computer trespass — better known as hacking — has become a major issue for law enforcement agencies. This is hardly news. Deliberate breaches of online security have threatened individuals, businesses of all sizes, and the U.S. government itself. As a result, state and federal law alike treat computer trespass with the utmost seriousness. Offenders face up to $50,000 in fines and prison terms of up to 15 years.
Yet prosecutors have tended to be overzealous in their attempts to clamp down on these crimes, and often infringe on the rights of the accused. We can help. The lawyers at Conaway & Strickler, P.C. have made it a professional focus to stay abreast of technological advances and provide a staunch defense for clients charged with hacking-related crimes. Founding attorney Meg Strickler serves as co-chair of the iTech Cyber Crime Committee and is widely recognized for her ability to achieve successful results in such matters. With offices in Atlanta we serve throughout the U.S. If you have been charged, or believe you are under investigation, for computer trespass, don’t hesitate to reach out to our firm today.
How We Help
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 investigate our clients’ cases and prepare for trial. With nearly 50 years of combined experience representing the accused, you can depend on our firm for straightforward legal counsel, aggressive defense of your rights and effective presentation of your case to a jury.
Initial consultations are free.