Hire Former Prosecutors To Defend You

Everywhere you go, it seems that you can connect to the Internet through your phone or other wireless device. The increase in Internet availability and use of computers has also resulted in the rise of Internet crimes. These are serious crimes that may result in state and federal charges.

Defending Against All Internet Crimes

At the law office of Anaya-McKedy, P.C., our experienced criminal defense lawyers are able to aggressively stand up for clients at every stage of an Internet crimes case. Using their past experience as prosecutors, our defense attorneys strive to obtain a dismissal of the case whenever possible. If we cannot have the charges dismissed, we work hard to see that the charges are minimized or zealously fought at trial. Contact our firm today to learn more about how we handle Internet crime cases.

Our Colorado Springs firm defends clients in all types of Internet crime cases, including:

  • Identity theft and fraud
  • Hacking
  • Illegal music downloading
  • Internet solicitation of minors
  • Possession/distribution of child pornography
  • Phishing
  • Illegal spamming

Using Computer Experts When Necessary

Some of the most challenging evidence to overcome in Internet crime cases is the information that was discovered on our client's computer hard drive. Information and evidence can still be detected by experts, even if an individual went to great lengths to delete or hide the information. Our firm involves computer forensic experts and other specialists whenever evidence needs to be examined. It may be possible to show how the information got onto your computer and refute claims that you were the one to commit the alleged crime.

Ever-Changing Internet Laws

Since the Internet is always changing, laws are continuously being revised and passed to attempt to keep up with the changes in technology. The laws are designed to hold people responsible for committing computer and Internet crimes, and governing Internet activity. Our lawyers stay current on any changing laws, in order to ensure that we can amend any aspects of your case to account for the impact of the new or changed laws.

We Will Protect Your Rights. Contact Us.

If you have been arrested or are under investigation for computer or Internet crimes or have other questions about our white collar crime representation, contact us online or call 719-387-9954 to schedule a free initial consultation.