Legal Representation for Cyber Crimes in UK

Updated on Thursday 13th April 2017

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Using the computer or any other high technology device to perform criminal activities in different domains in the UK are considered cyber crimes and are punished according to the rules and regulations mentioned in the Computer Misuse Act 1990. If you are being accused of cyber crimes you must solicit legal advice and representation from our defence solicitors in the UK, who can also represent you at the police station if you are held in custody.

What are cyber crimes in the UK?

Phishing, online scams, theft identity, corporate espionage, cyberbullying, and pharming scams are among severe cyber crimes in the UK, with bad consequences and punishments. Due to the advanced technology nowadays, criminals can easily fool people especially if there are money involved. A simple mail which mentions your name and the possibility of gaining an important amount of money if you provide details about your credit cards or bank accounts is considered a fraud. Even big companies are used for such phishing techniques, but it is good to know that the terms and conditions mention that no details about personal accounts will be asked in one way or another.

There are victims which get easily fooled by such computer crimes, thinking that they can win some money with no trouble if they reply with their contact details. They will soon find out it was only a scam and they are out of money from their credit cards. If you find yourself in this situation, you may solicit legal assistance from our criminal defence lawyers in London. On the other hand, if you have been accused of cyber crimes and you consider your reputation has been affected, you can ask for immediate help in this matter.

Cyberbullying on the internet

On a global level, cyberbullying encountered unexpected growth, due to numerous social media channels and complete access to technology. Unfortunately, numerous kids who use tablets, smartphones, or computers to communicate on the internet have been victims of cyberbullying or in other words, to intimidation. Child pornography, inappropriate photos or videos and threats of violence are definitely cyber crimes and are punished in accordance. 

Solicit legal representation for cyber crimes in the UK

If you have been arrested for computer-based offences in the UK, it is best to ask for legal advice and representation in the court of law from our criminal solicitors in London. Our team has a wide experience in cyber crimes cases and given the circumstances, they will analyze your situation and its complexity, to adopt a right approach immediately. Offering strong evidence in your case will lead to successful results and to the drop of charges. We remind that even victims of ​internet frauds have the right to defend themselves and to solicit legal assistance.

Please do not hesitate to contact our team of criminal defence solicitors in the UK for extra details if you have been involved or accused of cyber crimes.

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