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.
As one of the premiere criminal defense law firms in the state, our attorneys
at Goldberger & Dubin, P.C. can help. With previous experience as
prosecutors, our lawyers know what to expect in the courtroom and can
prepare you for every step of case proceedings. In addition, our attorneys'
previous experience in prosecution gives them an edge in your defense.
By knowing how prosecution functions, our firm will be able to build you
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