Ocean County Cyber Crime Attorney
Cyber crimes are those crimes which are internet-related often referred to as computer crimes. These crimes happen in substantial numbers due to the amount of computer users throughout the world. Due to the varying nature of cyber crime, NJ law enforcement, as well as Federal law enforcement, created sectors to deal specifically with cyber crime.
For example NJ law enforcement has an Incident Response Unit (IRU), Cyber Crime Unit (CCU) and Internet Predatory Crimes Unit (IPCU); these units are specially trained to conduct investigations into cyber crimes. The IRU focuses on crimes that are done with computers, networks, smart phones and other technological devices used to commit cyber crime. The CCU focuses on the use of computers in fraud and identity theft. Finally, the IPCU focuses on investigations involving Internet-driven crimes against children such as trafficking in child pornography and on-line luring.
These investigations can be broad and unfortunately, innocent individuals are sometimes subject to investigation and arrest. Individuals that have not committed an internet-related offense may be accused of doing so. When you are falsely accused of cyber crime, or charged in general with a cyber crime, on a State or Federal level, it is important to contact a New Jersey internet crimes lawyer at Riviere Advocacy Group LLC, as we can be of great importance in developing defense to your prosecution. Lawyer up and protect your rights, reputation, family, and career.
If you have been falsely accused of cyber crime, or charged in general with a cyber crime, contact the internet crimes lawyer at
Riviere Advocacy Group (732)-646-5529
- Computer hacking – breaking into computers and computer networks for unlawful purposes
- Internet sex crimes – sexual assault via the web, web solicitations, and possession, distribution, or trading of internet based child pornography
- Internet child pornography – images, movies or other types of medium of minors under the age of 18 sexually exploiting a child
- Computer crimes against a child – contact with a child by an adult via the internet attempting to lure the child for sexual conduct
- Stalking – sending unwanted emails, harassment, credible threats, impersonation of another individual in online forums, spreading lies or untruths about an individual
- Identity theft/Identify fraud – spoofing, phishing scams, credit card fraud, bank account fraud, computer hacking, and computer intrusion
Retaining the services of an NJ internet crimes attorney at your cases inception is key to a successful defense.
An attorney at Riviere Advocacy Group will start building a defense by identifying witnesses, challenging the admission of evidence, retaining expert witnesses, as well as gathering references supporting the accused individual’s character.
The ultimate result achieved in your case will depend on it!