Violation of Probation
In this day and age, as technology has changed everyday life in many ways. The Internet and its ability to allow people to communicate has revolutionized communication. Internet has also created problems and presented new legal issues. Internet crimes are crimes committed while using the Internet. You might find yourself charged with one of the following Internet crimes:
Credit card fraud,
Illegal distribution of viruses/spam
Credit card fraud
Possession and/or distribution of child pornography
Solicitation of children through chat rooms
Since the Internet is worldwide and crosses state borders, it is possible you might be charged with an Internet crime in multiple jurisdictions. You might be facing state and/or federal charges in the area of Internet crimes.
Some of the penalties associated with Internet crimes include imprisonment, fines, restitution,
probation, community service depending on the nature of the crime and the previous criminal record of the defendant.
Possession of child porn, for example, is a third degree felony in the state of Florida. The punishment is up to 5 years in prison per picture that the prosecutor can prove you had in your possession. Despite the severity of the punishment, there are many defenses available for Internet crimes.
Since Internet crimes are serious offenses carrying heavy punishment, it is crucial to consult an
aggressive criminal defense attorney to help you fight these charges.
Contact the The Orlando Law Firm P.L. now for a free initial confidential consultation.