The Law Offices of Adrian L. Patrick, Snellville is committed to helping those who have been accused of identity theft, hacking and computer fraud. As we become more reliant on technology in our banking, our commerce, our medical treatment and our interpersonal communication, the amount of data theft and fraud also increases. Law enforcement is often a few steps behind and frequently charges the wrong people with identity theft. Often, the legal system does not understand the crimes they have accused my clients of. Charges may be overblown or inflated simply due to misunderstanding. I will work hard to get your charges reduced or thrown out.
Identity theft is often considered a white collar crime. It typically involves the use of social security numbers, passwords or other identifying information. This information is obtained through hacking, skimming, phishing and a variety of other means. Identities can even be purchased easily online. I help people defend against identity theft charges. Charges are often filed for crimes including:
Other common charges in Georgia identity theft cases include larceny, theft, forgery and possession of stolen property. Whether you are accused of hacking, credit card skimming or a data breach, I can help. I have a full understanding of both state and federal law. I help the accused defend against even the most serious charges.
Many people who are charged with complex computer crimes often had no intent to commit a crime. Innocent people are sometimes set up by advanced hackers and framed for crimes they did not commit. There are a variety of crimes which clients may be accused of in identity theft cases. If you are accused of impersonating another person or assuming a false identity, I can help.
I use all available tools to help clients avoid jail time and keep their freedom. I work with forensic data and technology experts to disprove the government’s case against you. I negotiate with prosecutors to get your charges reduced. Together, I will plan and execute a solid defense against all charges. I have the knowledge and skill to represent clients in even the most complicated computer crime cases.
The Law Offices of Adrian L. Patrick, Snellville provides experienced and skilled help to those facing serious criminal charges. I develop strategies to help clients avoid criminal charges when possible and defend against any charges that are filed. Call 404-219-1789 or contact me online to schedule a consultation at my Snellville office.