The development of the internet has created an entirely new aspect of the law. Computer and internet crimes require a highly specialized and skilled criminal defense approach. You need an experienced Arkansas internet crimes defense lawyer on your side.
There is almost no more complex area of criminal defense law than computer and internet crimes. The transmission of data often crosses state lines, and sometimes even our nation's borders. And no matter what you may hear, nothing on the internet is ever truly deleted. It can and will be found, and your lawyer's job is to make sure that law enforcement follows the rules in obtaining this information, and doesn't trample over your rights in the process. Mike understands this, and knows that the only way to truly defend a person accused of such a crime is to fight fire with fire – to hire computer experts (when necessary) who can go in behind the state’s investigators and ensure that the proper steps were taken and that the evidence can be verified.
Arkansas Internet Crimes can range from simple embezzlement cases to complex sex crimes. Make sure the lawyer you hire has the experience to handle your specific case. Internet Crimes include:
If you or a loved one has been arrested for a felony or misdemeanor internet or computer crime, the sooner you retain a criminal defense lawyer, the better your chances of seeing a favorable outcome to your case. Once you retain Armstrong Law, we will begin our investigation immediately, gathering information, devising a defense strategy and actively working to protect your constitutional rights. Do not face the criminal justice system and the harsh penalties alone and, most importantly, do not wait to get the legal representation you deserve!
Mike Armstrong is committed to providing each client with a strategic, aggressive defense. In every case, we work toward a dismissal or a “not guilty” verdict. But in instances where this is not possible, we are frequently successful in securing downgraded charges and milder penalties.
If you or a loved one has been arrested for an internet or computer crime in Arkansas, do not delay in contacting Armstrong Law. Arrange a fully confidential, no-cost case evaluation by calling us at (479) 254-0135 or by completing our online contact form.