Philadelphia Computer Trespass Defense Lawyer
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania charges computer trespass as a hacking crime, which can elicit an overzealous reaction. A Philadelphia computer trespass defense lawyer at Shuttleworth Law can stop their efforts. We have placed a significant amount of our firm’s focus on technological advances and can put up a tough defense on behalf of the wrongly accused.
“Our legal team has decades of experience successfully exonerating those who stand wrongfully accused. We take the time to review the alleged evidence against you, prosecutorial and police methodologies, and other pertinent facts to determine what they can prove, if anything.“
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Find out how hiring a computer trespass defense attorney in Philadelphia, PA could make a difference. Shuttleworth Law founder, Brad V. Shuttleworth, Esq., invites you to contact him directly for a Free Case Evaluation at (215) 774-1371 or message him here.
Let us know if you want to meet in person throughout Pennsylvania or South Jersey or via secure video conferencing for maximum privacy.
Computer Trespass Covers a Wide Range of Crimes
Did you know that you could be charged with a hacking crime without even accessing a network? Any computer data, software, or program damage can fall under 18 Pa. CS § 7615. However, this statute largely addresses the damage related to hacking crimes and could also be charged along with other crimes that cover the same conduct.
You can face computer trespass charges if prosecutors believe you:
- Removed computer data, programs, or software from a computer or computer network
- Caused a computer to malfunction
- Altered or Erased any computer data, programs, or software
- Modified a financial instrument or electronic funds transfer (EFT)
- Caused physical injury to the computer property of another
Computer damage could come from anywhere, and prosecutors may not have proven their case beyond a reasonable doubt. Instead of letting them send you to prison for an unproven crime, hire a Philadelphia computer trespass defense lawyer at Shuttleworth Law to bring as much control back to your case as possible.
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Shuttleworth Law takes a direct, down-to-earth approach with clients. Brad V. Shuttleworth, Esq. will remain honest about your case while looking for every chance to get your charges dropped, reduced, or beat. Learn more about how we can help with Your Free Case Evaluation by calling (215) 774-1371.
Your Future Is on the Line
Are you worried about getting convicted for computer trespass in Pennsylvania? That feeling is more than valid. After all, the Commonwealth classifies computer trespass crimes as third-degree felonies.
A third-degree felony carries:
- Up to seven years in prison
- Fines up to $15,000
- Reporting parole or probation after release
- Other court-imposed penalties and conditions
Seven years in prison is a massive chunk of your life. You will miss so many moments and opportunities. Ensure that you do not accept the penalties for a crime that you did not commit or that cannot be proven.
Your charges are defensible, and Shuttleworth Law wants to help you get out of them. We have years of experience successfully assisting clients to defend against computer crime charges, hacking offenses, and more.
Our Firm Has Helped the Accused Walk Away Free
Shuttleworth Law is a results-oriented law firm. Our #1 goal is to get you the outcome you want. While every case is unique, it can be reassuring to know that others in your situation have genuinely been blown away by our work.
Our legal has accomplished excellent results for clients. Check out some of our recent case results below:
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania v. C.L.
Ruling: Not Guilty
Client charged with armed robbery of a bank in Philadelphia. The incident was caught on video. Trial was held in front of a judge, and client was found NOT GUILTY of all charges. The defense was mistaken identification. As a criminal defense lawyer in Philadelphia, I take great pride in achieving the most advantageous outcome.
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania v. D.A.
Ruling: Not Guilty
Client was charged with aggravated assault of a correctional officer while in custody at the Detention Center in Philadelphia, PA (part of the Philadelphia Prison System). He testified that he had to punch the correctional officer in self-defense, because he was attacked by two officers. Client was found NOT GUILTY.
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania v. D.C.
Ruling: Not Guilty
Client accused of burglarizing a home at night. A neighbor witness claimed to have seen the burglar and recognized him as client. Witness also claimed he knew client from the neighborhood, which is why he recognized him. Mistaken identification was the defense. Client found NOT GUILTY of all charges.
Why Hire Shuttleworth Law
REASSURANCE is the most compelling reason to Shuttleworth Law. Who knows what could happen to your future if you face the courts unrepresented?
Legal mistakes can lead to lifelong consequences that no one would ever want to endure, such as fines and time in prison. Try to stop them from happening in the first place: hire the Philadelphia computer crimes defense lawyer at Shuttleworth Law to represent your rights.
Learn More About Your Options at No Cost
At Shuttleworth Law, our Philadelphia computer trespass defense lawyer possesses a command of federal and state laws relating to alleged computer trespass crimes. We protect our clients’ rights throughout the process and provide access to a deep bench of forensic experts for their defense.
Call Shuttleworth Law for a Free Case Evaluation at (215) 774-1371. You are also welcome to message Brad V. Shuttleworth, Esq. here directly. Let us know if you prefer to meet in person or via secure video conferencing.