Internet Crimes

Alabama Internet Crime Attorneys with a National and International Reach

Defending clients accused of complex computer crimes – Parkman White, LLP

Many of the opportunities related to the internet are new. As a result, many of the laws governing the internet are also new and poorly defined. In addition, accusations of internet crime may be particularly intricate due to the complex laws related to new media. Many times, issues of jurisdiction may also complicate cases: local, state, federal and even international bodies may become involved with internet criminal investigations.

New media territory for identity theft and other financial crimes involving the internet

Whatever the accusation you may be facing, your best chance at securing your freedom, avoiding large fines, and defending your rights may be to seek out an accomplished legal professional with experience in internet law and computer crime. Your case may even involve international law and accusations of International Crime. Some of the most common crimes involving the internet are:

  • Computer hacking
  • Child pornography
  • Cyber stalking
  • Fraud including credit card fraud
  • Gambling
  • Identity theft
  • Illegal downloading
  • Phishing or social engineering
  • Solicitation

If you are being investigated for any of the above, an experienced and diligent criminal defense attorney can help protect your rights. We may be able to keep you from prison, keep you from paying retribution, and keep your reputation from being tarnished.  Contact Parkman White, LLP to discuss your legal options.

Internet criminal defense requires a law firm with specialized skills and vast resources.

Internet crime is one of the many areas in which Parkman White, LLP have experience. And like all of the areas in which we practice, no matter how complicated, challenging, or improbable success in your case may seem, our Alabama internet crime attorneys can help. All of our resources will be committed defending you against accusations of wrongdoing. If your case goes to trial, we will aggressively fight for acquittal.  However, our experience suggests that we may be able to get charges dropped and clear your name far before a trial is necessary.

Contact Parkman White, LLP to discuss your many legal options related to internet crime. No matter the challenges of your case, we are well qualified to defend your rights.