Computer Hacking Lawyer in New York
How Computer Crime Charges Often Arise
Computer hacking is a cyber crime that is used to describe any situation
that involves accessing files on any computer system without authorization.
It can also be used to describe any violation of the law involving computers
- Illegally accessing a computer for the purpose of stealing
- Corrupting information
Young, talented individuals are frequently those who are accused hacking
and other complex
In some cases, the actual hacker's skill is so advanced that he or
she is able to frame an innocent victim with the charges. If you are facing
charges connected to computer hacking, do not take any chances when choosing
your cyber crime lawyer. You could be made to face:
- Prison time
- Hefty fines
- Permanent criminal record
Any sentence of computer hacking would be sure to compromise your future
opportunities and freedom.
Turn to the Law Offices of Daniel A. Hochheiser for Legal Help
Our attorneys at the Law Offices of Daniel A. Hochheiser have both served
as Assistant District Attorneys in New York City. This provides them with
a substantial advantage when it comes to defending clients. We have been
committed to providing the highest quality defense representation to our
clients for decades and we have achieved many significant victories at
difficult criminal trials.
Implementing a Successful Defense
There are many successful defenses that can could be employed in charges
of hacking, including reasonable grounds to believe that the individual
being charged in fact had authorization to alter the files in question,
reasonable grounds to believe that the accused individual had a right
to copy or reproduce the data that was accessed, and reasonable grounds
to believe that the individual had authorization to use the computer,
or by providing supporting evidence that proves that others had access
and could have committed the crime.
A conviction for computer tampering in the first degree under New York
law can include penalties including a prison sentence of 3 to 15 years
and fines. Computer hacking charges are felony offenses. Don't trust
your case to a less experienced attorney - the risks are far too great.
Arrested in New Rochelle, Yonkers, or White Plains?
Contact us today so that we can begin the process of strategizing your defense.