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Content last updated on: March 24, 2023
The internet has become an integral part of our society, providing information at the touch of a button, greater connectivity with our peers, and opportunities to simplify our everyday life. However, with these benefits also comes the risk of being accused of committing illegal acts on the internet, and when you are charged with an internet crime it can be difficult to know where to go or who to talk to. Helping good people through difficult times, the Orlando internet crimes lawyers at the O’Mara Law Group has a national reputation for premier criminal defense and utilizes a team approach for clients accused of internet crimes. If you suspect that you will be charged or have already been charged with an internet crime, call us today.
Common Types of Internet Crimes
Also known as cyber crimes, internet crime is a large umbrella term that can refer to many different types of illegal activity on the internet. Florida considers any illegal act that takes place while on the internet, through the use of the internet, or by means of the internet an internet crime. The number of charges filed for internet crimes has skyrocketed in Florida over the last decade, and prosecutors are eager to charge Florida citizens with a range of felony offenses under this umbrella term. Some of the most commonly charged internet crimes include:
If you have been charged with any internet crime, it is incredibly important that you speak with an attorney immediately before making a statement or speaking with the authorities to learn more about your legal options.
A Criminal Defense Attorney Can Help
A top tier Orlando criminal lawyers like those at the O’Mara Law Group is vitally important to your case. From the moment you even suspect that you will be charged with an internet crime, you need to speak to a lawyer about your legal needs. A lawyer can be present during interrogations with police and can prevent you from making any statements against your interest. Your attorney will also start building the best arguments for your defense and negotiate with the prosecutor to get your charges reduced or even dropped, depending on the facts of your case. A lawyer will represent you through every stage of the case, from the arraignment and bond hearing all the way through a trial. If you choose not to hire an attorney or are assigned a public defender for your case, you are risking your freedom, personal life, professional reputation, and more.
Call Our Orlando Internet Crime Lawyers Today
With over 35 years of experience, the criminal defense attorneys at the O’Mara Law Group are prepared to take on your criminal case. If you have been accused of committing internet crimes, call or contact our office today in Orlando to set up a free consultation of your case.
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