Cybercrime Offences

Our expert cybercime solicitors can assist with the following offences.

Cybercrime

Cybercrime is defined as a crime in which a computer is the object of the crime (hacking, phishing, spamming) or is used as a tool to commit an offense (child pornography, hate crimes).

We have an experienced team of expert lawyers with considerable experience in defending those accused or charged with Cybercrime offences. Read how we may be able help you get this matter dropped before it reaches a court.

Online Fraud

Online Fraud is a broad term encompassing numerous methods of obtaining sensitive personal information.

We have an experienced team of expert lawyers with considerable experience in defending those accused or charged with online fraud. Read how we may be able help you get this matter dropped before it reaches a court.

Computer Hacking

Hacking is charged under The Computer Misuse Act, a UK law that makes it illegal for anyone to gain unauthorised access to a computer system or to modify files without consent.

We have an experienced team of expert lawyers with considerable experience in defending those accused or charged with Hacking. Read how we may be able help you get this matter dropped before it reaches a court.

Digital Piracy Copyright

Digital piracy copyright is a form of legal protection for producers of creative works such as images, games, computer software, movies, television, or other entertainment.

Read how we may be able help you get this matter dropped before it reaches a court.

Computer Fraud

Computer fraud is a legal term used to describe several methods of obtaining personal information. Examples of this include identity theft, gaining unlawful access to banks, credit card or debit card information or taking over other people’s online accounts to assist with identity theft.

We have an experienced team of expert lawyers with considerable experience in defending those accused or charged with computer-related fraud offences. Read how we may be able help you get this matter dropped before it reaches a court.

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