Internet Crimes

Crimes that happen over the internet are becoming more frequent and targeted in the news media and by law enforcement. Often called "cybercrimes," they include any alleged criminal activity using the internet. From cyberbullying to hacking and identity theft, this is a broad area of criminal law that requires a very skilled and experienced attorney. There are many types of complex issues that can arise under state or federal charges.

I am criminal defense attorney Gene Barton. Having been defending clients throughout the Tupelo, Mississippi, area since 1977, I am seasoned and highly knowledgeable in both state and federal laws.

Note: I cannot defend cases in counties where I am a prosecutor, in the 3rd Circuit Court District (Benton, Calhoun, Chickasaw, Lafayette, Marshall, Tippah and Union counties). I can defend cases in all other counties in the state jurisdiction, including Tupelo-area counties such as Lee, Pontotoc, Monroe, Itawamba, Prentiss, Alcorn and Tishomingo counties and anywhere else in Mississippi, as well as in federal court.

When someone is facing criminal charges that involve the internet, it is very possible that there could be several charges stemming from one incident. That is why it is so important to your case that your lawyer be able to handle a broad area of criminal law. The very outcome and success of your situation can depend on the experience of your attorney.

Reach out to me online today to discuss your internet crimes case or call 662-260-6646 to schedule your free initial consultation.

The Internet And Its Vast Range Of Criminal Charges

Considering the vast amount of information, communication paths and sources that are on the internet, it is no surprise that the charges resulting from it are vast. As a former public defender with more than 40 years of trial experience, I have the ability to effectively handle almost any computer or internet-related charge that could come your way.

Types of internet crimes can involve:

Financial and identify theft: From stealing credit card numbers, using someone else's identity, filling out a fraudulent mortgage application online and more, this includes any type of fraud conducted on the internet.

Cybercrimes and viruses: Even if it is not meant to harm anyone, creating viruses and hacking are considered very serious crimes.

Juvenile crimes and cyberbullying: Unfortunately, we are seeing more and more instances of charges where juveniles and minors are accused of stalking, harassment or bullying over the internet.

Sex crimes, child pornography and solicitation: Within the realm of sex crimes, charges can be brought for alleged illegal activity using the internet to access child pornography, solicitation of a minor and more.

Talk To A Defense Lawyer Known As "The Bulldog Of Mississippi"

I am known as an aggressive attorney who gets the job done. They do not call me the "Bulldog of Mississippi" for nothing. Call me at 662-260-6646 or contact me online to schedule your free initial consultation immediately. Do not talk to authorities without an attorney. Instead talk to me ASAP.