Computer Crimes

When computer crimes are a problem in Tampa, we can provide a solution.


Computer Crimes Attorney Lawyer Tampa

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Computer Crimes Attorney


Computer Crimes ? Casey is a Tampa computer crimes attorney who helps those charged with any type of computer offense, theft of intellectual property, illicit viewing and distribution of prohibited materials, drug crimes and drug cases arising out of the Internet and computer networking.

Former Computer Crimes Prosecutor

As a former Prosecutor, we are also experienced in high-tech litigation in information systems. A lawyer with experience in computer crimes, and many other offenses, can help you evaluate important things to consider when getting help in these areas. Digital documents and files are created and stored electronically. We know what to do when a computer lands in a Florida courtroom. CentralLaw.com uses professionals. They are certified and experienced in providing computer forensic and electronic data discovery services to clients.


When expertise is needed in computer civil litigation, we can also provide a solution.


 

Unlawful Access to Networks and/or Data

Unlawful Access to Networks and/or Data are complicated allegations, that sometimes even the police do not understand. We can and do provide help. Whether it is the RIAA, the MPAA, or the Department of Homeland Security, we are ready and able to provide representation and to help law enforcement understand that your rights will be protected.

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Unlawful Access to Networks and/or Data

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Intellectual Property Theft

 

We defend and detect Intellectual Property Theft charges. Whether its a former business partner, the the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), state or federal law enforcement, we know how to protect your rights. We know it is important to use state of the art technologies and forensically sound procedures and tools. When intellectual property theft issues drag a computer to court, our experienced legal and forensic computing team can carefully collect and analyze any such claims.

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Intellectual Property Theft

 

When Intellectual Property Theft is the claim in State or Federal Courts, we can provide a solution. 

Computer Civil Litigation

 

Computer Civil Litigation – There is huge  volume of computer civil litigation arising out of the Internet and computer networking. As an experienced trial lawyer and through association with certified computer forensics professional, we help both clients and their attorneys navigate treacherous waters when civil litigation drags computers into court. We use state of the art technology, forensically sound procedures, and tools. Casey has been appointed a a Special Magistrate to help the court sort through the complexity that arises from electronic discovery when trade secrets and destruction of data are issues. Sometimes judges and parties need help. Casey has been there to assist others and is qualified, seasoned, and ready to help you or your business.

We maintain the appropriate chain of custody. All digital evidence is stored in an access controlled forensic computer lab. We assist our clients with all phases of electronic discovery and computer forensics including: identification, acquisition, analysis, reporting and, if necessary, we provide an expert to testify on evidence from electronic storage mediums such as computer hard drives, network attached storage (NAS), website hosts, complex cloud storage solutions, email archives, cell phones, smart phones, and tablet computers. Nationally recognized and certified forensics professionals join the team to get to the bottom of almost any technology issues in court.

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Computer Civil Litigation

 

When a computer lands in a Florida courtroom we know what to do. We use professionals, certified and experienced in providing computer forensic and electronic data discovery services to clients. We use state of the art technologies and forensically sound procedures and tools. We know that maintaining the appropriate legal chain of custody is mission critical. All digital evidence may need to be stored in an access controlled computer lab. We will assist our clients with all phases of electronic discovery and computer forensics including: identification, acquisition, analysis, reporting and, if necessary, we provide an expert to testify on evidence from electronic storage mediums such as computer hard drives, disks, and flash memory devices.

Support for Computer Forensics

 

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Support for Computer Forensics

 

When Florida computer expertise is needed in State or Federal Courts, we can provide a solution. When computer expertise is needed in civil litigation, we can provide a solution. When Florida computer crimes are a problem in State or Federal Courts, we can provide a solution. Sometimes corporations, small business or attorneys need help when a computer lands in a Florida courtroom. We know what to do to provide Consulting and Support for Computer Forensics. We use professionals, certified and experienced in providing computer forensic and electronic data discovery services to clients. We know it is important to use state of the art technologies and forensically sound procedures and tools.

We also know that maintaining the appropriate legal chain of custody is mission critical. Sometimes digital evidence may need to be stored in an access controlled computer lab. We will assist our clients with all phases of electronic discovery and computer forensics including: identification, acquisition, analysis, reporting and, if necessary, we provide an expert to testify on evidence from electronic storage mediums such as computer hard drives, disks, and flash memory devices.

When consulting and support for computer forensics issues in State or Federal Courts is needed, we can provide a solution. Call us today at 1-877-793-9290 for a free initial consultation. If it is more convenient for you, we respond quickly to your call for help via our Call For Help web submission. They are sent to us wirelessly. We are constantly checking and responding, and will quickly get back to you via telephone or email.

Our expert’s testimony has been cross examined and helped successfully in the convictions and or acquittals of people involved in Industrial Espionage, and a diverse array of nefarious activities. Our experts can complete a non-invasive investigation of your computer or network and gain forensic evidence while also maintaining a continuing Chain of Legal Custody. Our expert as been recognized by many legal institutions in the area of computer forensics and has also recognized by many authoritative bodies such as the UK Register of Expert Witnesses.

For More Information

 

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For More Computer Crimes Info

Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section (CCIPS) – Instructions from the Department of Justice on Prosecuting Computer and Internet Crimes Prosecuting Intellectual Property Crimes Manual – Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section Criminal Division U.S. Department of Justice Prosecution Manual PROTECT Act – Prosecutorial Remedies and Tools Against the Exploitation of Children Today Act – permits disclosure of communications by computing service provider to to a governmental entity or to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children in an emergency Cyber Security Enhancement Act – an amendment to Homeland Security Act of 2002 allowing immediate reporting disclosure of information with a 90 day reporting filing date Searching and Seizing Computers and Obtaining Electronic Evidence in Criminal Investigations Manual – this explains how the courts apply the “reasonable expectation of privacy” test to computers, the governing laws for search and seizure of computers pursuant, how to obtain records from network service providers, governing laws of electronic surveillance including Title III as modified by the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, Pen Register and Trap and Trace Devices statute and finally addresses evidentiary issues in computer-related cases NET Act – The 1997 “No Electronic Theft Act” allows criminal prosecution of the copyright infringement when there is no financial or commercial gain. DOJ special Report On “PHISHING” – Describes different methods of PHISHING including specific methods that criminals use to deceive Internet users into disclosing personal data such as financial information, usernames, and passwords.