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Internet Crimes

The Internet can no longer be considered to be a novelty. It is the crossroads of our fast-paced society for an increasingly large percentage of the population. Crimes can occur online just as they can on our city streets and in boardrooms of corporations. Many federal crimes that are considered to be “Internet crimes” are in fact cyber-versions of pre-existing crimes including the following:

  • Child pornography production, viewing and distribution
  • Child pornography trafficking
  • Solicitation of minors as a sexual predator of underage children
  • Online gambling where gambling is illegal
  • Computer fraud
  • Computer hacking
  • Identity theft
  • Wire fraud, mail fraud
  • Illegal vending of narcotics

Successfully defending people charged with Internet crimes such as these often depends on the input of experts such as computer forensic specialists. The Law Office of John R. Teakell has successfully coordinated and completed defenses of people who had been charged with Internet crimes.

John R. Teakell is a former federal prosecutor and experienced defense lawyer who puts his knowledge, skills and dedication to work for clients whose lives are in danger of being devastated by a criminal conviction.

The prosecution must prove that the defendant did, in fact, commit the crime as charged. When multiple people have access to a computer, positive ID of the perpetrator may be difficult to verify. John R. Teakell has a wealth of experience defending people accused of internet crimes. He has helped many people facing white collar crimes. He will work to find weaknesses in the government’s case and compel them to prove every element of the charge.

Contact Attorney Teakell to learn how he puts his experience and knowledge to work for people facing charges related to internet crimes.

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