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Manhattan Computer Crimes Lawyer

Skilled Criminal Defense Attorney Representing Clients Throughout New York City, Long Island, Westchester County, and Beyond

Cyber crime continues to become more sophisticated every year. Today, it is relatively easy for cyber criminals to make it appear as if a computer crime originated on your computer. The result is that innocent people are charged with crimes they did not commit.

If you have been charged with a computer crime, The Trainor Law Firm, P.C., can help. Call our Manhattan criminal defense law firm at 212-300-6557 or contact us online to request your free initial consultation. Attorney Craig Trainor defends clients charged with all types of computer crime charges, including:

  • Computer trespass
  • Computer tampering
  • Forgery
  • Installing a virus or other malware into a computer
  • Unlawful duplication of computer-related material
  • Criminal possession of computer-related material
  • Hacking
  • Phishing
  • Unauthorized use of a computer
  • Internet sex crimes

Cyber crime requires a sophisticated and up-to-date understanding of computer technology and the latest cyber crime tactics. One of the first steps criminal attorney Craig Trainor takes in defending a client charged with a computer crime is to obtain a copy of the digital evidence taken by police or government agents. He then works with computer forensic experts to analyze any evidence against you.

Defenses Against Computer Crime

Mr. Trainor understands how to identify and exploit weaknesses in the prosecution’s case. He will examine all possible defense strategies, including:

  • It wasn’t you.
  • You had reasonable grounds to believe you were authorized to use the computer.
  • You reasonably believed you had authorization to alter or destroy data on the computer.
  • You had the right to copy, reproduce, or duplicate the computer data or program.
  • Your constitutional rights were violated.

Defending Computer Crime Clients in State and Federal Court

Computer crimes can result in both state and federal charges. If the computer in question was connected to the Internet at the time the alleged crime occurred, the federal government can bring charges.

Mr. Trainor has the experience and skill to represent you in state and federal court. In either venue, he will examine whether the evidence against you was obtained legally, if search warrants were issued and executed properly, and if police or government agents respected your rights at all stages of your arrest and booking.

Contact a New York Computer Crime Defense Lawyer

Call criminal defense attorney Craig Trainor today for your free consultation at 212-300-6557 or contact us online. He defends clients charged with computer crimes in Manhattan, Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens, Staten Island, Long Island, and Westchester County.

Mr. Trainor has a unique set of skills and experience that position him
for success in your case

  • FORMER LAW CLERK TO A FEDERAL JUDGE

    Attorneys understand that a federal judge clerkship is a highly sought-after position. Mr. Trainor has used this experience to inform his work on behalf of those accused of crimes or harmed by police brutality and misconduct. The federal clerkship gave Mr. Trainor a keen understanding of how to build a winning case in federal court. He understands court procedures inside out and knows what types of arguments and evidence are persuasive.

  • FORMER NEW YORK CITY PROSECUTOR

    Mr. Trainor prosecuted hundreds of cases against people accused of crimes ranging from assault to identity theft to shoplifting to drug dealing. His criminal defense clients benefit from the insider’s perspective he gained in this position.

  • Federal and State Investigations

    Mr. Trainor spent three years focusing exclusively on defense of sophisticated white collar crimes, from public corruption to securities fraud. White collar criminal cases are highly complex and technically challenging. All of Mr. Trainor’s clients benefit from the depth of knowledge he has in financial crimes, investigation, and the use of experts in case development.

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