Internet Crimes

DuPage, Kane And Cook County Criminal Defense Lawyer

Internet crimes are becoming more prevalent, and law enforcement is developing more sophisticated methods of catching and charging offenders. If you were accused of committing an Internet or electronic crime, you could face heavy fines and prison time. Being charged as a criminal carries a stigma with it that can be very damaging to your future, and may cause you to miss out on advancements in your career and other promising opportunities. Don't allow this to happen!

Call a DuPage County criminal defense attorney from Martin & Kent, L.L.C. to defend you and help save your reputation. We offer free, initial consultations!

Types of Electronic Crimes

Although it can be difficult to distinguish, officials have been working diligently to stay current with the fast-changing trends. They are able to use forensics to analyze computers and other digital evidence. This means individuals accused of electronic crimes are now up against harsh prosecution. Now more than ever you need a lawyer who understands the changes in electronic crimes and how to defend your rights.

The most common types of electronic crimes include:

  • Cyber fraud
  • Identity theft
  • Credit card theft
  • Credit card fraud
  • Computer hacking
  • Hate crimes
  • Distributing viruses or malware
  • Internet scams
  • Phishing
  • Electronic vandalism
  • Distributing illegal or offensive material

Having over 42 years of combined experience in criminal defense, our firm has the experience necessary to defend against your charges. We have thorough knowledge of the laws and can use our experience as former prosecutors to your advantage. This allows us to formulate defense strategies that can help clear your name from any involvement in the crime.

Why should you hire our firm?

We are one of the top criminal defense firms in Illinois, and have been recognized by colleagues and state officials, as well as by peers. Our vast experience in many areas of criminal law helps us maintain our pace as one of the top firms in the state. Many of our cases have ended in acquittals, which means we are committed to getting our clients the best possible results. When you are ready to speak with us about your electronic crime case, you can do so during your free consultation.

We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Contact us as soon as possible when you're ready to discuss your case!