Sophisticated Defense For Identity Theft And Forgery Charges
There is big money in computer-based crimes, which in turn attracts the attention of law enforcement. State and federal agencies now devote whole task forces to combating identity theft, internet scams, forgery and related crimes.
If you are caught up in such an investigation, the Detroit law firm of LaRene & Kriger PLC has the experience and resources to provide a solid defense. Our accomplished trial lawyers can handle state prosecutions or federal charges, representing the accused in Southeast Michigan and statewide.
Computer Crimes Are Serious Felonies
We can intervene if you have been arrested, indicted or questioned by federal agents in relation to any computer or internet crimes:
- Identity theft (Social Security numbers, bank accounts, etc.)
- Phishing (using fraudulent emails to obtain sensitive personal data)
- Credit card fraud or selling credit card numbers
- Forgery (fake IDs, passports, immigration papers, etc.)
- Money laundering
- Computer hacking, espionage or sabotage
- Wire fraud and mail fraud
- Distributing child pornography over the internet or dark web
Any of these offenses is a felony crime, punishable by years in prison and major fines. With so much at stake, you need a trial lawyer who knows how to assert your rights and pick apart the government’s case.
Veteran Attorneys With Up-To-Date Capabilities
Partners Deday LaRene and Mark Kriger have each practiced in criminal law for more than 40 years. But we can’t rest on our laurels, especially in defending white collar crimes involving the internet and emerging technologies. LaRene & Kriger PLC has stayed abreast of changes in the law, and the methods law enforcement uses to investigate and prosecute computer and internet crimes.
We have our own in-house forensic computer programs for examining the electronic trail of evidence upon which the government’s case is built. Rare for criminal defense firms, this system gives our clients an edge in fighting the charges or negotiating the punishment.
Do Not Hesitate To Reach Out For Help
Our early intervention can sometimes avoid charges or influence prosecutors’ decisions. The sooner we get involved, the better we can protect your freedom and your future. Call our Detroit law office at 313-765-8687 or use our online contact form to arrange your confidential consultation.