Cyber Crimes

Cyber Crimes

Cyber crimes are those which involve the use of the internet or computer networks in the commission of the crime. Examples of cyber crimes include hacking, fraud, embezzlement, violations of an order of protection, child pornography, unlawful use of credit card, and identity theft. Because these types of crimes involve the use of computers, the government must prove its case using computer forensic evidence. Often times the government fails to obtain all the necessary electronic evidence and this provides an opening for your defense. The Botti Law Firm P.C.’s  criminal defense attorneys are former felony prosecutors who have experience prosecuting cyber crimes and know how to recognize and exploit the weaknesses in the government’s case. The Botti Law Firm, P.C.  fights hard to keep our clients out of jail. We have handled complex litigation cases surrounding all types of cyber crimes.

For nearly fifty years the Botti Law Firm, P.C. has been aggressively defending our clients who have been charged with crimes. We represent clients throughout Illinois and in major cities across the nation. Whether you have been arrested in Cook County, DuPage County, Lake County, Kane County, Illinois, or in another state, our experienced criminal defense attorneys are available to defend you against all types of criminal charges.

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The Botti Law Firm, P.C., conveniently located in Oak Brook and Wheaton, is a full service law firm that offers comprehensive legal representation to individuals, families, businesses and professionals from the Chicago area, including Cook, Kane, DuPage, Lake, Will and Kendall Counties, to the rest of the United States. Our experienced trial attorneys are dedicated to obtaining successful results for our clients, in both state and federal courts.

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