Internet/Computer Fraud

There are countless computer fraud and Internet fraud laws, and countless ways the government can investigate and prosecute those accused of breaking those laws. If convicted of computer or Internet fraud, an individual may be found guilty of a felony and face a fine of up to $250,000 and/or up to 20 years in jail. In fact, since the inception of The Patriot Act, if charged with computer fraud you could be accused of breaking an anti-terrorism law and face increased federal consequences as a result. Attorneys at The Blanch Law Firm have years of experience in defending computer fraud/Internet fraud crimes. Our internet fraud attorneys stay up-to-date and on top of every new law and ordinance passed by both state and federal governments, and have countless successes in trial defending against such crimes.