Colorado Cyber Crimes Defense Attorney

As computers, smartphones, and the internet become more deeply ingrained in our daily lives, criminal laws are constantly expanding to capture various forms of conduct considered unlawful. If you have been charged with a cybercrime, you need a criminal defense attorney on your side who has extensive knowledge of these laws and, more importantly, knows how to get a fair outcome.

A Criminal Defense Attorney Handling All Types of Computer-Related Criminal Charges

At Rodemer | Kane, we handle all types of computer crime cases, including the following:

  • DDoS and other computer network attacks
  • Deployment of viruses, ransomware, and other malware
  • Hacking
  • Identity theft
  • Phishing scams
  • Cyberbullying and cyberstalking
  • Online fraud
  • Data theft

A successful defense requires understanding the law and the technology involved. We dive deep into every case, ensuring we fully understand the technological dimensions and how the law will apply.

Are You Facing a Felony Charge?

Legislators have steadily increased the potential criminal liability associated with computer-related crimes over the years. However, it can be difficult to know what penalties you are facing. One reason for this is that, in many cases, the value of the property damage involved in your case will determine whether you are charged with a felony or a misdemeanor. For example:

  • Class 3 misdemeanors: cases involving damage of less than $100
  • Class 2 misdemeanors: cases involving damage of $100 to $500
  • Class 4 felonies: cases involving damage of $500 to $15,000
  • Class 3 felonies: Cases involving damage of more than $15,000

As you can see, the severity of the charges you can face escalate quickly. Class 2 felonies carry the potential of a prison sentence of up to 24 years imprisonment and fines of up to $1,000,000.

You Could Face Federal or State Charges

Most cyber crimes involve using the internet, an interstate communication network. This means that your offense could fall under federal jurisdiction, and you could be charged with a federal crime. Generally speaking, federal crimes carry harsher penalties than state crimes. In addition, federal law enforcement agencies generally have greater resources than state law enforcement to devote to investigating and trying your case.

That is not to say that you won’t be charged at the state level or shouldn’t take your case seriously if you are facing criminal charges under Colorado law. On the contrary, a conviction for a computer-related crime under Colorado law could result in years in prison.

At Rodemer | Kane, we have experience navigating the federal and state criminal justice systems. A criminal defense attorney from our firm understands what is at stake and what it takes to get results no matter where you have been charged.

Talk to a Cyber Crime Criminal Defense Attorney Today

If you have been charged with a computer-related offense, let us help you get control of your case. Contact us today by phone or email to schedule a free consultation.