North Wales Internet Crimes Lawyer

Aggressive Criminal Defense Attorneys Fight on Behalf of Clients Facing Charges of Internet Crimes in North Wales, PA

If you or a loved one are under investigation for internet crimes or if you have been arrested and charged with committing internet crimes, you need an experienced, knowledgeable criminal defense attorney to ensure that your rights and interests are protected in your case. Your attorney should not only be familiar with the technical and legal complexities of internet crimes cases but should also be familiar with the courts where your case will be heard, so that you receive the most effective strategy possible in your case.

For more than 60 years, the attorneys of Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford have worked tireless to provide effective legal representation to clients in North Wales and throughout Pennsylvania. Our track record of results for our clients has led to our attorneys’ and our firm’s recognition by our peers for our superior representation and work on behalf of our clients.

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A conviction for internet crimes can have consequences that can affect your life long after you have served a jail or prison term for your crimes. Don’t leave the outcome of your case and your freedom to chance. Contact our firm today for a free initial case evaluation to discuss your rights and options in facing your charges and to learn more about how our firm’s experience and resources can give you the best chance at securing a favorable outcome in your case. 

Examples of Internet Crimes in North Wales

At Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford, our North Wales internet crimes attorneys have extensive experience representing clients facing all kinds of internet crimes charges, including:

  • Credit card fraud
  • Identity fraud and identity theft
  • Possession and distribution of child pornography
  • Wire fraud
  • Using the internet to conduct trafficking of illicit substances
  • Skimming (stealing credit card information at the point of purchase)
  • Hacking
  • Phishing
  • Distribution of virus, trojans, and other malware

Our legal team has extensive experience representing clients in both state court and federal court. We are prepared to help you regardless of whether you have been charged with internet crimes at the federal or state level.

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Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford Can Help You Defend Your Rights and Future Against Internet Crimes Charges

Defending against charges of internet crimes carries a series of challenges that are unique to internet-based offenses. When you are choosing a criminal defense attorney to represent you in your internet crimes case, you need a law firm that fully understands the complex laws governing the criminalization of various online activities. You should also choose an attorney that has sufficient technical understanding to be able to work with forensic computer experts to help build your case. Finally, your attorney should also be keeping pace with the rapid development in the law when it comes to internet-related crimes, especially with respect to the constitutionality and legality of law enforcement searches and seizures in internet- and computer-based cases. 

When you choose Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford to represent you in your North Wales internet crimes case, you can trust that our legal team will do whatever it takes to help you achieve the best possible outcome to your charges. Our attorneys will fight to make the state prove the legality of the manner in which it obtained the evidence in its case, the reliability of that evidence, and the sufficiency of that evidence to prove each element of your charges. We are always working to have your charges dismissed, or negotiating to have the severity of your charges and potential sentences reduced through plea agreements. Of course, we are always prepared to advocate on your behalf in court to secure an acquittal on your charges.

Schedule a Free Consultation with a North Wales Internet Crimes Lawyer from Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford to Discuss Your Rights and Options

If you or a loved one are facing charges for internet crimes in North Wales, don’t delay speaking to an experienced criminal defense attorney about your rights and options. A conviction can carry serious punishments and also have long-lasting consequences on your life. Contact Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford today to schedule a free, confidential case review with a North Wales internet crimes lawyer to learn more about how having a skilled attorney on your side can make the difference in securing the best possible outcome in your case.

About North Wales, PA

North Wales is a borough located in Montgomery County, PA. A suburb of Philadelphia, North Wales is one of three historic communities that comprise the North Penn Valley region. The community gets its name from the Welsh settlers who first moved into the area in the early 1700s. North Wales saw rapid development following the introduction of railroad and trolley lines leading into Philadelphia beginning in the mid 19th century. Today, North Wales remains a commuter suburb for Philadelphia, while preserving its historical architecture and look through the North Wales Historic Preservation District.

Frequently Asked Questions about Internet Crimes in North Wales, PA

FAQ: Are internet crimes under state or federal law?

Criminal internet activity can be charged at both the state and federal level, as use of the internet to commit a crime requires use of a means of interstate communication. Crimes, where both the perpetrator and the victim(s) are located in Pennsylvania, will usually be charged on the state level; where victims are located in multiple states or outside the U.S., federal law enforcement officials may choose to prosecute the case at the federal level.

FAQ: If I am solicited to commit a crime on the internet by a law enforcement official posing as someone else, doesn’t that constitute entrapment?

Generally speaking, no. Entrapment is an incredibly hard defense to prove, as you will need to show that the government induced you to commit a crime that you would not have otherwise committed absent the government’s actions. It can be very difficult to show that you would not have committed any criminal activity unless you were induced to do so by the government, as many internet crimes charges require proof of your criminal intent.