Cybercrimes in Maryland include all forms of electronic communication. This is one of the fastest growing criminal charges in not only the state, but in the country.
Cybercrime involves any criminal offense that occurs through the usage of a computer, mobile device or any electric device. This may also involve the use of the internet. Some examples of cybercrime related statutes in Maryland include (but are not limited to):
- Invasion of privacy policies online
- Intellectual property law infringement
- Hacking into an individual/institutions computer
- Copyright Infringement
It is highly advisable for anyone charged with a cyber crime to have experienced legal representation due to the penalties and consequences for such crimes.
Caroline Norman Frost is prepared to defend you in all types of cybercrimes ranging from credit card fraud to embezzlement. As a former prosecutor she will be able produce the defense strategy you need to beat these charges. If you have been charged with a cyber crime, call 240-213-1802 for a free consultation.