Internet Crimes Attorney in Nebraska
Savvy Defense for Online Fraud and Computer Offenses
The government has considerable reach in the investigation of cybercrimes,
including the ability to seize your computer hard drive and trace your
Internet records. The definition of wire fraud has been stretched to cover
many online transactions and communications.
If you have been arrested or investigated for an Internet-related crime,
the high stakes demand prompt intervention.
Contact the skilled criminal defense lawyers of the Berry Law Firm in Lincoln
and Omaha to protect your rights and fight these serious allegations.
Need Defense in Omaha or Lincoln?
The Berry Law Firm regularly defends people charged with
white collar crimes and
sex crimes, including felony charges linked to computer use and the Internet:
- Credit card fraud
- Phishing and identity theft
- Internet scams
- Offering stolen merchandise (eBay, Craigslist, etc.)
- Child pornography
- Soliciting sex
- Cyberstalking or harassment in violation of protective orders
Wire fraud and conspiracy
The Internet is not nearly as private and anonymous as you think. Cyberspace
is crawling with law enforcement personnel and informants — you
could be chatting with an undercover officer without realizing it. E-mails
you send, websites you visit, postings on Facebook and anything you download
can leave a trace, even if you thought you deleted it.
E-mails and deleted files can implicate you, but they can also cast doubt
on the government’s case or help prove your innocence.
Our attorneys aggressively challenge the electronic trail that supposedly ties you to
a crime. Who else had access to your computer or online accounts? Are
your online communications being misconstrued? We also examine Fourth
Amendment defenses regarding search and seizure. Was there probable cause
for a search warrant or was it a fishing expedition? Was there entrapment?
Schedule Your Consultation Today!
Virtually any use of the Internet in connection with a fraud crime can
be construed as wire fraud, a
federal crime. Our attorneys are highly experienced in the special rules and technical
aspects of federal court. Whether state or federal charges, we identify
and exploit weakness in the prosecution’s case to dismiss or reduce
the charges or obtain a favorable sentencing outcome.
Call (402) 817-6550 or
e-mail us to schedule your consultation with our Nebraska internet crimes attorneys.