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Handling Complex Computer Crime Matters

In today's world, nearly everyone has a portable computer in their pockets. Technology has advanced to the point at which the Internet is accessible from nearly anywhere. However, with the rise in technology has come a rise in crimes committed via technology. Law enforcement officials across the country are seeing more instances of computer crimes and prosecutors are responding, aggressively taking action against those charged with computer-related offenses.

If you are facing a computer crime charge or other technology-related criminal charge, get help now from the Sloan P. Ellis Law Firm. Located in Greenville, South Carolina and practicing state-wide, we work with clients facing computer crime investigations or charges. Attorney Sloan P. Ellis has nearly a decade of experience prosecuting and defending white collar crimes and other criminal law matters. He will use his insight to provide comprehensive and aggressive representation that is designed to protect you.

Types Of Computer-Related Crimes

Any criminal activity that is conducted through the use of a computer or the Internet may

  • Wire fraud
  • Credit card fraud
  • Identity theft
  • Hacking
  • Personal information theft

Representation In State And Federal Court

In many cases, the line between what constitutes a state crime and a federal crime is not solidly defined. Prosecutors may have the ability to charge in either court depending on the circumstances. This is why you need an attorney who can handle both state and federal charges, to ensure that your defense strategy can be adjusted at any point in the case.

Do not sit by and let your options slip away. Take action today to enlist experienced legal counsel to defend you against criminal charges. Call a computer crimes lawyer at our firm today at 864-501-9643 or contact us online. We offer a free initial consultation.

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