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COMPUTER CRIME

Computer crime can be a serious charge, requiring the services of an esteemed Denver criminal attorney.

Depending upon the circumstances of the case, a person can be charged with computer crime if the individual accesses a computer, computer network, or computer system without authorization, or exceeds authorized access to such items.

A person can also be charged with computer crime if the individual accesses any computer, computer network, or computer system for the purpose of devising or executing any scheme to defraud.

A person can also be charged with computer crime if the individual accesses any computer, computer network, or computer system by means of false or fraudulent pretenses, representations, or promises, through which money, property, services, passwords or similar information may be accessed.

A person can also be charged with computer crime if the individual accesses any computer, computer network, or computer system to commit theft.

A person can also be charged with computer crime if the individual without authorization or in excess of authorized access alters, damages, interrupts, or impairs the proper functioning of any computer, computer network, computer system, computer software, program, or the like.

A person can also be charged with computer crime if the individual causes the transmission of a computer program, software, information, code, data, or the like by means of a computer, computer network, or computer system with the intent to cause damage to or to cause the interruption or impairment of any computer, computer network, computer system, or part thereof.

A person can also be charged with computer crime if the individual causes to be used a software application that runs automated tasks over the internet to access a computer, computer network, or computer system that circumvents or disables any electronic queues, waiting periods, or other technological measure intended by the seller to limit the number of event tickets purchased by any one person.

Depending on the circumstances of the case, computer crime can be a felony or misdemeanor.

If you or someone you know is being charged with computer crime, it is important that you talk to a Denver criminal lawyer immediately. Contact a trial tested, result oriented Denver defense attorney at Newell & Decker today to discuss the case.