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No invention in recent history has transformed the world as significantly as the Internet. In the past 20 years, entire industries have sprung up around it. The Internet has changed the way we live our lives and while it has led to opportunities for business and convenience, it has also created new avenues for criminals.
At Helmer, Conley & Kasselman, P.A., we understand the importance of digital security in the modern age. The members of our Internet Law Department are familiar and experienced with technology and data security issues. We offer services for individuals, government agencies and businesses:
We know how to help prevent you or your business from falling prey to a digital crime, and what to do if one has already happened. Helmer, Conley & Kasselman, P.A. offers the following Internet crime legal services:
Internet law is one area of law where you can get ahead of the bad news. By implementing preventative measures you can lessen your chances of becoming a victim of Internet fraud or crime. Let’s talk about the options and devise a solution that will meet the needs – and budget - of your family, business or government agency.
Internet sex crimes are complicated in nature and unfortunately, often surrounded by a stigma for both victims and the accused. Being charged with such an offense can ruin your reputation, even if you are innocent. With serious consequences, from fines and possible jail time to mandatory registration as a sex offender, it is important to start building a defense as soon as possible.
The attorneys at Helmer, Conley & Kasselman, P.A. handle complex cases, including revenge porn, invasion of privacy, sexting, child pornography and more. We passionately defend the wrongly accused and provide aggressive representation for victims of these serious crimes.
Mobile and smartphones make it easier now more than ever to communicate and share information. However, this has led to an increase in internet sex crimes like sexting. Sexting is defined as the sending or receiving of sexually explicit content, including messages and photographs. Sexting involving a minor (someone under the age of 18 in New Jersey) is considered a serious crime under both state and federal law and can lead to serious charges.
Sexting with a minor can occasionally be prosecuted under child pornography laws. Crimes against children, like child porn, are unfortunately becoming more common in the internet age, and accusations should not be taken lightly. Possession or distribution of pornographic images, films or photographs of a child can lead to anywhere from 5 to 18 years in prison and thousands of dollar in fines.
Data security is also a serious challenge and growing problem created by the Internet. Businesses and individuals face new threats each year to their identity, financial information and personal data. Although new programs, companies and software claim to protect your valuable and important information, nothing is truly safe on the Internet.
Digital crimes and Internet fraud damage businesses of all sizes and kinds. For individuals who have had their identity stolen, digital crimes can result in catastrophic credit damage and hundreds of hours spent cleaning up the mess.
Please take a minute to review what we can do for you and/or your organization. Call our Internet crime attorneys to schedule a consultation and discuss your legal options. Whatever your needs or budget, we can help. Contact the Internet law attorneys at Helmer, Conley & Kasselman, P.A. today at 856-547-7888. You can also contact us online.
Don’t let your rights be jeopardized.