Computer Crime Charges in New York
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The laws surrounding computer crime are complex and strictly enforced.
Furthermore, defending yourself against such charges is ineffective without
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Classes Of Computer Crime in New York
There are a wide variety of computer and digital crimes which are addressed
in New York law. The various general classes of computer crime in New
York are listed below.
Unauthorized Use of a Computer: When a person knowingly uses, or causes to be used, a computer or network
without authorization. Unauthorized use of a computer is a class A misdemeanor and carries a prison
term of up to one year and a $1,000 maximum fine.
Computer Trespass: When a person commits unauthorized use of a computer and either knowingly
gains access to computer material or intends to commit a felony. Computer
trespass is a class E felony and carries a maximum penalty of up to 3
to 4 years in prison and a fine.
Computer Tampering: There are four degrees of computer tampering, but all generally have to
do with situations in which a person intentionally (and unlawfully) alters
or destroys computer data or programs which belong to another person.
Computer tampering in the first degree convictions carry a prison sentence
of up to 3 to 15 years and a fine.
Unlawful Duplication of Computer-Related Material: When a person copies or in any way reproduces computer material or data
without having first obtained permission. First degree unlawful duplication
is a class E felony and carries a maximum penalty of up to 3 to 4 years
in prison and a fine.
Unlawful Possession of Computer-Related Material: When a person is found to be in possession of unlawfully duplicated or
reproduced computer material or data. Unlawful possession of computer
related material is a class E felony and carries a maximum penalty of
up to 3 to 4 years in prison and a fine.
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New York takes computer-related crimes very seriously, as evidenced by
the maximum penalties above. If you have been charged with any computer
crime, you must mount a vigorous defense in order to preserve your liberty.
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