“I was wrongly convicted of murder. I spent nearly 17 years in prison fighting my case. When I finally won a new trial, I chose Greg Robey to be a part of my defense team. He found an FBI agent who had worked on the case in the 1980s, along with critical pieces of evidence that we thought were long lost. After a long and very hard-fought trial, I was found Not Guilty of all charges. I owe my freedom to Greg Robey and my defense team.” -R.R., Ravenna, Ohio
For a while, the legal system had a hard time catching up with technology. Though still a bit behind, many laws have been enacted prohibiting cyber offenses. No longer are computer crimes mysterious. The cold, hard truth is that computer-related offenses can land you in prison. However, to be convicted of a cyber crime, you must knowingly commit a computer-related offense. If you are mentally unstable or unfit, you might not be prosecuted for any crimes you committed.
Examples of computer crimes in Ohio include:
Facing charges for identity theft or another type of computer crime? Without the guidance and support of an experienced criminal defense lawyer, you could lose your freedom. Moreover, your personal and professional life may suffer. An attorney can safeguard your rights and fight for you in court.