If you or someone you know is in need of a South Jersey cyber crimes lawyer, it is extremely important for you to find an attorney with the experience and professionalism to protect your legal rights. When your freedom is at stake, you need answers and representation from someone with knowledge and successful litigation experience that you can trust.
John B. Brennan is a former prosecutor with over 25 years of criminal trial experience. He has tried cases of varying felonies, from murder and aggravated assault to white collar crimes including fraud and embezzlement. In the Superior Court of New Jersey, Brennan has tried over one hundred felony cases and has resolved thousands through plea negotiations. Brennan is also a Certified Criminal Trial Attorney in the state of New Jersey, a designation earned through substantial experience, favorable evaluation and passing a rigorous Criminal Trial Law examination.
How do you know when you need a South Jersey cyber crimes lawyer? The state of New Jersey defines cyber crime as accessing computer software to alter, damage, or destroy data without authorization, including disrupting services or peddling child pornography. Cyber crimes fall under the category of white collar crimes, as opposed to crimes committed with weapons or drugs, but the penalties can be equally severe for a conviction.
As a former New Jersey prosecutor, Brennan understands the importance of quality legal representation in any felony accusation. Prosecutors are not always able to prove what they claim they can prove, but an inexperienced and unprepared defense attorney can be bullied into making the prosecutor’s job of securing a conviction easy. A South Jersey cyber crimes lawyer needs to not only know the local laws and associated penalties, but also must be willing and able to thoroughly review the case file. The consequences of conviction are too great to leave your legal fate in the hands of a less experienced or unprepared attorney.
If you have been charged with a cyber crime or think you may be charged, please call the law offices of John B. Brennan today for a free initial consultation. John Brennan is not here to judge. He is here to help.