There are many places individuals in Florida expect privacy. While this is commonly his or her residence, vehicle and person, this can extend to other places such as a computer. What a person does on the Internet and on their computer is done so with the expectation that it will remain private. However, if one is suspected of committing an Internet crime, this could impede this expectation of privacy. And if a search and seizure is carried out because of these allegations, it may be possible to use this information during a criminal defense strategy.

Facing a computer or Internet crime can be a confusing time. Whether it is Internet fraud, cyber stalking, possession of child pornography, computer hacking, unlawful use of a two-way communication device or any other similar criminal allegations, one may not fully appreciate everything that is going on. This makes it vital for them to understand what has happened and what outcomes could occur. In some cases, an Internet crime could cause one to endure harsh penalties. Thus, having a legal team on your side can be the best step to take.

At Kaylor Law Group, our skilled attorneys take the time to help individuals in the Lakeland area understand the charges they are facing. We take the time to look at the details of the case, determining if all procedures were followed properly by law enforcement and the prosecution. If steps were missed or mistakes were made during a search and seizure, it may be possible to suppress this evidence. This can also help to poke holes in the case, helping one to reduce or drop the charges against them.

To learn more, check out our law firm’s Internet crimes website. Facing criminal allegations for an Internet crime can be an overwhelming situation. Whether it was an innocent error, entrapment or based on harassment, it is important to understand how best to assert a defense. By making a plea deal or going to court, a criminal defense could help a defendant reduce the charges or even dismiss them altogether.