When choosing a firm to support you in your cyber crime case. You need to choose a team with extensive experience in cyber crime cases. Here at JD we have an array of experience in this area of law and defending those accused of cyber crime offences.
Our team of specialist cyber crime lawyers can help you to get the best outcome for your case and give you the representation you need, when you need it most.
Cyber crime is a broad and ever changing area of law, and can be much more varied than a purely criminal case. Whether you are facing an interview under caution or have been charged with an offence, you should seek legal advice and representation from a cyber crime specialist team.
Ensure that you request legal representation from the outset, our cyber crime lawyers are perfectly placed to advise you in your case and get the best possible outcome from the start. You have the right to legal counsel, whether that is through legal aid or otherwise. If you require legal representation, don’t hesitate to contact our SRA accredited firm, authorised and regulated by the solicitors regulation authority today.
Cybercrime refers to all the activities done with criminal intent in cyberspace. Because of the anonymous nature of the internet, miscreants engage in a variety of criminal activities. The field of cybercrime is just emerging and new forms of criminal activities in cyberspace are coming to the forefront with each passing day.
Cybercrimes can be basically divided into three major categories:
Cyber harassment is a distinct cybercrime. Various kinds of harassment does occur in cyberspace. Harassment can be sexual, racial, religious, or other. Cyber harassment as a crime also brings us to another related area of violation of privacy. Violation of privacy of online citizens is a Cybercrime of a grave nature.
Cybercrimes against all forms of property include unauthorized computer trespassing through cyberspace, computer vandalism, transmission of harmful programs, and unauthorized possession of computerized information.
Using one’s own programming abilities to gain unauthorised access to a computer or network is a very serious crime. Similarly, the creation and dissemination of harmful computer programs which do irreparable damage to computer systems is another kind of Cybercrime.
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