Houston Computer Fraud Defense Attorney
Houston attorney George Murphy specializes in defending against serious federal and state charges such as computer fraud. He has over twenty-seven years of experience, and understands the complex nature of fraud law.
Defending against allegations of computer fraud requires an experienced lawyer. Criminal defense attorney George Murphy is Board Certified in Criminal Law and has successfully defended those accused of federal computer fraud charges as well as other internet crimes.
Defending Against Computer Fraud Charges
Internet and computer crimes are being heavily prosecuted by both the state and federal justice systems. Computer fraud is a broad area of fraud, encompassing any crime involving the use of a computer. This broad category can include:
- knowingly accessing a computer without authorization in order to get data, financial information, consumer information, information involving interstate or foreign communications, or medical records,
- accessing a government computer system without authorization, and
- fraudulently buying or selling goods online.
Computer crimes can carry heavy penalties and, because almost every aspect of life today involves a computer, prosecutors often use these charges in association with other accusations.
Effective computer fraud defense involves both technological and financial investigations. As an experienced attorney, George Murphy has the resources at his disposal to provide his clients with quality criminal legal representation, successfully defending these specialized cases. This includes an extensive network of computer forensics experts, former federal investigators, former IRS agents and financial fraud experts.
Federal Computer Fraud Lawyer
If you’ve been accused of computer fraud or an internet crime, e-mail George Murphy for a free case consultation, or call his office at 713.658.1960. As a former Assistant District Attorney, he understands how prosecutors use computer fraud charges and how to defend his clients against these accusations.