Atlanta Computer Fraud Attorney
Even if the evidence against you seems incriminating, this does not necessarily mean you are guilty. An innocent mistake could suddenly escalate into a criminal investigation. If authorities have started questioning you about a white collar crime, invest in an experienced defense lawyer prepared to put the prosecution on the defense.
Fighting Back Against Incriminating Evidence
I am Richard Grossman, a computer fraud lawyer with more than 20 years of experience. I have a strong background representing professionals with no criminal background suddenly facing life-altering allegations. I consult industry-leading experts when investigating highly technical evidence that can be misconstrued. I know how to make sense of the evidence, when fighting to make sure innocent lives are not ruined.
Contact our law firm to learn how I can protect your rights during a free initial consultation. I am committed to staying ahead of the prosecution, while questioning the evidence obtained against you.
Challenging the Prosecution's Case Against You
If you are under investigation for computer fraud, do not settle for just any defense lawyer to protect your rights. The right attorney will understand the highly technical evidence needed to convicted individuals of computer fraud and other white collar crimes, including:
- Identity theft
- Credit card fraud
- Email fraud
- Internet sales fraud or phishing scams
- Corporate hacking
I know how to stay ahead of the prosecution by questioning the evidence obtained against you. I can consult Internet specialists or computer experts to uncover any holes in the prosecution's case. If someone else hacked into your operating system or downloaded illegal information without your knowledge, I will make this part of our defense strategy. I can also track the timing of the illegal activity to show this occurred when you were not online. In other cases, I will make sure evidence secured without a proper search warrant is suppressed. I will review every angle possible when defending your rights.
Contact a Skilled Georgia Digital and Online Defense Attorney
Every computer crime charge is fact specific. Whether you made an innocent mistake or someone else hacked into your operating system, I will make sure your voice is heard. Contact our Computer Fraud Attorney today to learn how we can protect your constitutional rights during a free initial consultation.
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