Florida Federal Criminal Defense Attorney, David J. Joffe focuses on criminal defense of persons accused of white collar crimes, including fraudulent use of the World Wide Web and computer crimes. David J. Joffe has personally handled over 500 Federal cases. Call today for a confidential consultation.
Cyber crime and High-Tech crime is a subcategory of white collar crime that deserves unique attention.
According to a May 2001 report by the U.S. Department of Justice, the United States leads the world in using the web for commerce and communication, and in spending on electronic commerce. Unfortunately, there is also growing indications that along with the expansion of legitimate Internet use, the United States is experiencing a rising tide of fraud that exploits the World Wide Web.
Such cybercrimes are described below.
Computers can be used in a variety of roles in crimes. Computer software programs and online capabilities can be manipulated to conduct a wide variety of criminal or fraudulent activity. Another form of computer crime targets the content of computer operating systems, programs, email or computer networks.
Cyberstalking refers to one individual harassing another individual using email, chat rooms, newsgroups, mail exploders, and the World Wide Web. If Cyber stalkers obtain personal information about their victims, such as home address and phone number, they can use this information to meet their victims in person.
The IFCC, a joint project of the FBI and the National White Collar Crime Center, reported that in its first six months of operation in 2000, it received 5,273 fraud-related complaints. In this case internet fraud is defined as any type of scheme that uses the World Wide Web to present fraudulent solicitations to prospective victims, to conduct fraudulent transactions, or to transmit the proceeds of fraud to financial institutions or to others organizations or individual connected to the scheme.
Criminal Defense Attorney, David J. Joffe focuses on representing clients whose professional reputations, assets, and social status would be at risk if convicted of a serious white collar crime. This includes, but is not limited to, stockbrokers, bank officers, CEO's, attorneys, physicians, entrepreneurs, and other trade professionals.
If you have been arrested or accused of a cybercrime, David J. Joffe, can help you.
Since 1989, David J. Joffe has represented people and businesses charged with serious crimes in both U.S. federal and state courts. He is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, and all lower Federal Courts, including U.S. Tax Court.
Florida Criminal Defense Attorney, David J. Joffe has personally handled over 500 federal criminal cases, in areas such as white collar crime, SEC violations, tax crimes, asset forfeiture, fraud, drug possession, drug trafficking, conspiracy, racketeering (RICO cases), money laundering, theft, extradition, and public corruption. David J. Joffe, and his experienced staff are fully equipped to defend you in any serious state or federal criminal case.
Call or contact Joffe Law today at 954.723.0007 for a Confidential Consultation regarding your cyber crime case.
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Representative case results include:
Latest Verdict: Trial attorney David Joffe is granted an acquittal for his client who was facing a mandatory life sentence if convicted in a federal drug importation case
As a result of masterful cross examination of six (6) key witnesses at trial, Mr. Joffe’s motion was granted to acquit his client of all charges in a federal drug importation case. The case involved 26 kilograms of cocaine and 5 kilograms of heroin. The Judge, a former prosecutor has not granted such a request in more than twenty (20) years of service on the bench. Mr. Joffe received positive written comments from more than twenty (20) peer attorneys.
David J. Joffe obtains not guilty jury verdict in federal drug case in forty (40) minutes after one (1) day trial. Client acquitted of 10 year mandatory jail sentence.
Defendant was convicted of two counts. The law firm again represented defendant on the direct appeal to the United States Court of Appeals in and for the Eleventh Circuit. The law firm was successful in having one count vacated and defendant was remanded for re-sentencing before the District Court. The Court sentenced defendant to non-reporting probation.
State Attorney dismissed marijuana possession case after reading one motion detailing improper search and seizure.
Male Charged with Mortgage Fraud Gets No Prison Time
Miami: 29 defendants charged in drug importation and credit card scheme and only ONE goes free! His attorney was David J Joffe!
20 year old female Gets Reduced Sentence for Drug Charge
Charges Dismissed on Battery of a Law Enforcement Officer
Ex-banker not charged with theft of goods through interstate commerce
Florida criminal defense lawyer, David J. Joffe successfully reduces sentence of Colombian crew men on freighter with two tons of cocaine