Crimes involving the use of computers and the Internet have created a new and constantly evolving area of the law that deals specifically with such issues. Many of these issues remain unsettled, and this has led to situations where defendants accused of a cyber-crime have not had their rights properly protected . At Mary E. Conn Law, we work hard to stay informed on developments in this area of the law so that when a client comes to us seeking help, we deliver the kind of quality representation they deserve as internet crime attorney in Houston. As a firm, our practice extends to clients throughout Texas who are facing state or federal charges such as:
Penalties for a conviction on charges of online fraud, solicitation, or other internet-related crime can be substantial and include serious fines, jail time, and the loss of certain civil liberties. Because of this, it is essential to have the guidance of an internet crime attorney in Houston who is experienced in these matters at your side. Specific items that need to be addressed in any case involving Internet crime include establishing whether or not there is an actual victim and whether the crime a person has been charged with by prosecutors is the actual crime committed. Our principal Houston internet crime Lawyer, Mary E. Conn, uses her experience in combination with the skills of computer experts and forensic scientists to establish the answers to these questions and to seek a reduction or dismissal of the charges against you whenever possible.
Ms. Conn is an expert at online solicitation cases. If you are charged with online solicitation of a minor in Texas, part of the law prosecutors have been using has now been declared unconstitutional. It is important to get these cases dismissed. Other important factors include registration, often for life, under both federal and state law, even if the case was only a state case.
If you have been arrested and charged with a computer-related crime—call or contact us at the office of Mary E. Conn Law – your Houston internet crime lawyer at (713) 357-4190 and schedule a initial consultation to discuss your case.
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