Jamal F. Allen, Arizona Internet Crime Attorney
Areas of Practice
PERSONAL INJURY OVERVIEW
BRAIN & SPINAL CORD INJURIES
SLIP AND FALL ACCIDENTS
DOG BITES & ANIMAL ATTACKS
PEDESTRIAN & BICYCLE ACCIDENTS
MOTOR VEHICLE COLLISIONS
INJURIES TO THE ELDERLY
INJURIES TO CHILDREN
BAD FAITH INSURANCE CLAIMS
QUICK CASE EVALUATION
Phoenix, Arizona Internet Crimes Attorney
Mesa, Arizona Cyber Crime Lawyer
As the Internet grows, people keep finding ways to use it to collect and use data — often in ways that challenge the law or may infringe upon the rights of others. The legislature has tried to keep up by drafting laws that criminalize certain online behavior, but their efforts often result in laws that are too harsh or which can be interpreted unfairly.
If you have been charged with an Internet crime, it is imperative that you retain a criminal defense lawyer who is knowledgeable about computer crimes, the latest Internet law, and how to mount an effective defense.
Allen & Associates, PLC is committed to keeping up to date on all changes in the law, and particularly as it pertains to Internet crimes. We consider it an important component of our practice to be at the forefront of this newly emerging area of criminal law.
When it comes to a charge involving Internet crime, don’t trust your freedom with just any criminal defense lawyer. Contact attorney, Jamal F. Allen today to schedule a free consultation.
Aggressive, Knowledgeable Computer Crimes Defense
Attorney Jamal F. Allen handles a wide variety of Internet crimes including:
- “Cyber stalking”
- Identity theft
- Credit card fraud
- Billing Fraud
- Illegal sale of prescription medication
- Online drug sales
- Online sales of weapons
Internet cases frequently involve technical issues, and we often confer with experts on hacking and computer security. These experts can show any weaknesses in the prosecution’s evidence. Many of these cases hang on technical details, and we know how to find the details that other attorneys — and prosecutors — may miss.
Internet charges are serious. They require serious, committed criminal defense. Contact our office today to schedule a free consultation.