Atlanta Credit Card Fraud Attorney
Computer credit card fraud is a highly technical offense. The abundance of online transactions has changed how credit fraud occurs. Instead of physically stealing credit cards, suspects confiscate credit card numbers electronically without a credit cardholder's knowledge. If you are under investigation for credit card fraud or any white collar crimes, select an experienced lawyer who understands the technicalities behind the charge.
Seeking to Stay Ahead of the Prosecution
I am Richard Grossman, a credit card fraud lawyer in Atlanta with more than 20 years of experience. I know how to anticipate the tactics the prosecution will likely take, because of my years of experience. I consult industry-leading computer experts available to help me uncover any holes in the prosecution's case. When you select my law firm, you can be confident knowing I am prepared to put the prosecution on the defensive.
Do not wait to enlist my help until you have formally been charged. As soon as you believe you are under investigation, I will step in to protect your rights and try and mitigate any potential ramifications. Contact our law firm for a free consultation. I may be able to prevent formal charges from being file.
Defending Against Credit Card Fraud Charges
You may have never seen the charges coming. If you were surprised to find out that you were being investigated for credit card fraud or another white collar crime, you are not alone. Innocent people have been known to face life-altering charges without any knowledge that a crime occurred. Computer hackers are known to use sophisticated tactics to steal IP address or hack into operating systems behind the scenes.
I consult highly skilled network specialists and computer experts available to investigate the evidence obtained against you. If someone hacked into your operating system to steal a credit card number using your IP address, I will make that part of my defense strategy. I know the right experts to consult when tracking highly technical computer evidence. I will also investigate the terms of the search warrant. If law enforcement failed to secure a proper search warrant or acted outside the search warrant's terms, I will fight for any related evidence to be suppressed. I will aggressively question the evidence obtained against you, while seeking to uncover any evidence that can be used in your favor.
Contact a Skilled Georgia Credit Fraud Defense Attorney
The charges against you may seem incriminating but that does not necessarily make you guilty. I will take every measure possible to protect your rights during a free initial consultation. I also focus on any mitigating factors when negotiating for a reduction of penalties. Contact our Credit Card Fraud Attorney today to schedule your consultation.
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