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Internet Crimes (Computer Crimes)

Aggressive Defense Against Internet Crimes

Anything you do or state on your computer can be used as evidence against you. Unfortunately, when there is more than one user on a computer, including unknown users, an innocent individual can be pinpointed for an Internet crime. If you have been charged with an Internet crime, seek representation immediately from an attorney who is experienced in both state and federal practice, as many Internet crimes charges are pursued in both venues.
More Than 40 years of Criminal Defense Experience

At Mark C. Cogan, P.C., our Portland Internet crimes attorney has more than 40 years of experience in state and federal court, including the United States Supreme Court. Attorney Mark Cogan will aggressively fight for your rights. There are wide range of Internet crimes, from computer fraud, wire fraud and hacking to possession of child pornography and other Internet sex crimes. He will protect your rights no matter what your situation and will tirelessly defend you.

Law enforcement will likely ask you questions and want to look at your computer. Unless they have a valid search warrant, you do not have to agree to this. Say nothing and seek the high-quality criminal defense representation at Mark C. Cogan, P.C. Schedule a free confidential consultation with our Oregon criminal defense attorney. You can e-mail us or call (503) 549-1077.
Computer/Cyber/Internet Crimes

There are many types of computer crimes as the Internet has become a major form of communication. They can include:

  • Internet fraud
  • Computer fraud
  • Wire fraud
  • Hacking
  • Identity theft
  • Video, music and computer program piracy
  • Credit card fraud
  • Cyberstalking
  • Online sexual solicitation
  • Online solicitation of a minor
  • Sending sexually explicit content to a minor
  • Possession of child pornography
  • Distribution of child pornography
  • Human trafficking via the Internet

There are very serious consequences to these crimes, including significant jail time. Internet sex crimes can lead to registration as a sex offender. This would mean no matter where you live, public record would label you a sex offender. Let our seasoned criminal defense attorney mitigate the consequences in your case and even seek to stop charges from being filed. Early intervention is key to seek our help immediately.

The Prosecution Has Begun Its Work — We Should Begin Ours

No matter the circumstances, anyone under investigation or facing Internet/computer crime charges should retain the best possible attorney as soon as possible. Please call our Portland law office at (503) 549-1077, or send us an e-mail for a free initial consultation with our computer crimes lawyer.

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