Stuart Miller Solicitors have an experienced team of Fraud Lawyers dedicated to defending those accused of Cybercrime offences. We have successfully challenged accusations of Computer Misuse and Online Fraud and we are supported by phenomenal Barristers, able to understand this technologically and strategically complex field.
Cybercrime is regularly featuring in the headlines. The government’s frustration with the loss of tens of billions of pounds each year is leading to an aggressive stance being taken against those accused of Cybercrime.
In 2015, The National Crime Agency (NCA) launched a highly publicised attack attack against cyber-criminals and the National Security Council described cybercrime as a ‘Tier 1’ risk to national security, alongside terrorism and international conflict.
Whether you are accused of a simple offence such as unlawfully accessing a computer or you are accused of more serious matters such as developing and executing malware attacks; you cannot face the prosecution without Lawyers with genuine experience of defending such cases.
The Cybercrime Solicitors at Stuart Miller have defended Cybercrime cases, have been successful in defending these cases, have sufficient technological knowledge to understand your IT jargon, have been developed to appreciate your likely profile and interests, have researched the legal and illegal uses of software used in Cybercrime matters.
We have access to a wide variety of hardware and software experts who can be called to give expert evidence in your favour. We have the resources and the skill to handle substantial volumes of evidence which is likely to be served in your case. It is our job to scrutinise the evidence and identify weaknesses in the prosecution’s case and we will do it without compromise.
Our Cybercrime Lawyers have won cases involving simple mobile phone hacks on a large scale, high profile television set-top box hacks, devious hardware distributors placing Viruses, Trojans and Worms in newly supplied machines. We have specialist expertise in defending those accused of online fraud and the malware employed to exploit weaknesses in the subject’s computers. We have developed specialisms in defending Intellectual Property and Copyright prosecutions relating to file-sharing.
We offer a free initial consultation for you to discuss your case with a specialist Cybercrime Solicitor. We can act for you at the police station for free and thereafter, we can help assess your financial eligibility for legal aid. We believe, no matter what your financial position, if you are prosecuted by the State, you must also be defended with funds by the State. Please contact the Fraud team to arrange your meeting, whether face to face, online or by telephone.