Assert Your Rights with John D. Lueck, Inc
John D. Lueck, Inc is a versatile law firm highly accomplished in criminal defense, including internet crimes. As a relatively new and fast-growing prosecution target, internet users around the world can find themselves under indictment with the click of a mouse. Our experienced internet crime lawyer has compiled more than 40 years of practiced and successful defense strategies for an array of clients and continues to acquire exceptional talent to help defend those who have been charged with internet crimes. Our commitment to providing proficient defense knows no ends; our firm is devoted to the continued education that ensures a high-quality defense for each of our clients, regardless of their charges.
John Lueck provides free consultations and will be happy to meet with you personally to discuss your charges at your earliest convenience. The sooner you obtain counsel, the better prepared your case will be when it is time to appear in front of the judge. We provide personal attention to each of our cases and will explore the intricacies of your specific circumstances to ensure we are able to provide you with the optimum outcome.
Attorney John Lueck will work diligently around the clock to prepare for the complexities of your case to help alleviate your anxiety. We work hard to shoulder the legal burdens of your case, so you can start rebuilding your life while we successfully build your defense.
What Are Internet Crimes?
Internet crimes are not specific to criminal defense attorney interpretations; they are blanket charges that exist in different capacities across cyberspace. With technological advancement comes the ability to operate illegally in a digital universe. For this reason, these crimes have become a substantial segment of indictments within the San Bernardino courts over the past 15 years.
As these charges continue to expand into different categories, so does John D. Lueck’s knowledge and representation capabilities. Internet crimes are considered to be offenses that are committed against an individual, or group, with a criminal motive to intentionally inflict harm physically, financially, or mentally using modern technology. These uses include chat rooms, email, online forums, instant messaging, or any contact that can be made through a computer.