Crimes involving computers can be based on many different alleged behaviors. They may arise from a New Orleans resident’s engagement in an allegedly criminal financial scheme, they may be related to an individual’s alleged possession of digital child pornography or they may be based on a person’s alleged defrauding of a government benefits program or service.
Regardless of the factual scenario on which one’s federal computer crime allegations are based, he or she could face very serious consequences if prosecutors are successful in securing a conviction against him or her. Although it is impossible to guarantee an outcome when it comes to defending one’s self against criminal charges, many individuals choose to use the services of criminal defense attorneys when they are preparing themselves for their criminal trials.
Robert S. Toale, attorney at law, has served clients who have had federal criminal charges lodged against them. His practice, which includes representation the of individuals in both the federal courts and the state criminal courts of Louisiana, helps individuals understand the implications and potential consequences of their charges as well as the defenses they may employ to mitigate or overcome their legal dilemmas.
He and his team provide their clients with legal guidance that addresses the particular needs of each individual case. When it comes to defending computer crimes, challenges can arise during many aspects of the trial preparation process. Attorney Robert S. Toale is prepared to work directly with his clients to overcome the challenges that present themselves and to give those individuals that he represents opportunities to advocate for him or herself. To learn more about federal charges, computer crime, and the preparation of criminal defense strategies, please visit our law firm’s website.