Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Technology Crimes - Internet Crimes - Computer Crimes

The public is inundated with reports of computer-based sex offenses. Yet state and federal law enforcement agencies continue to increase their efforts in prosecuting other technology-based offenses. Examples of these “cybercrimes” include but are not limited to:

On-line Fraud

On-line Theft

Computer Intrusions (Hacking)

On-line Threats & Harassment

Copyright Infringement

Internet Gambling


Property Crimes

An effective defense of a cybercrime requires counsel that understands how these traditional crimes have evolved into their current technological context. Also, the lawyers of Friedman & Frey, L.L.C. understand the technology itself. This is a crucial point, because it enables them to provide a more comprehensive defense strategy.

In addition to representing individuals charged with technology-based offenses, firm members regularly lecture and write about issues relating to this rapidly growing area. In fact, Mr. Friedman serves as an Adjunct Professor of Law teaching Computers & Criminal Law; Mr. Frey is an Adjunct Instructor teaching Criminal Forensics.

If you, or someone you know, is under investigation or facing allegations of a computer or internet crime, please call the law firm of Friedman & Frey, L.L.C. for a free and confidential initial consultation at (216) 928-7700. You can also visit our website at