North Carolina Military Internet Crimes Attorney
Like everywhere else in our society, personal computers have become an important part of every GIs life. Military computer offenses are serious charges, not only for the crime itself but for the misuse of government property. With the emphasis on the use of computers on the job, heightened security has become a major focus on military installations around the world and disciplinary actions regarding computer security and personal use are becoming more prevalent every year.
Military computer offenses encompass unauthorized or illegal activities can include offenses like:
- Theft of computers
- Theft of hard drives or unauthorized access to hard drives
- Stolen or accessed memory cards
- Unauthorized access to secure data
- Website fraud, identity theft, credit card fraud
Sex offenses involving illegal use of a computer can include:
- Military child pornography defense
- Online solicitation of minors
Illegal use of Internet chat rooms
Intelligent, Effective Legal Defense in Complex Technical Cases
Attorney Phillip Stackhouse, of Jacksonville, North Carolina opened the Law Offices of Phillip Stackhouse in 2006, after retiring honorably after a 22-year career in the U.S. Marine Corps, including several years as a JAG officer. Today, he focuses his law practice on protecting the rights of military men and women in all military branches, who have been charged with a military criminal offense, or are facing harsh disciplinary action resulting from misconduct.
Get an Experienced Defense Attorney on Your Side as Soon as Possible
If you are a member of the armed services and you have been charged with a military computer offense, you need a military criminal defense attorney with the experience and skills to investigate, defend, and protect your rights in an aggressive manner. You don't have to wait until you have been formally charged before you hire an experienced defense attorney. It is critically important to start defending yourself and protecting your rights as soon as you have been notified that you are under investigation.
If you already made a statement
Even if you have already made a statement admitting your involvement or guilt, Mr. Stackhouse can help. There are often circumstances that lead to having statements dismissed, if the client's rights were violated.
The Technical Issues Involved in Computer Crime Are Complex
As a veteran with years of military trial experience both as a prosecutor and defense lawyer, Mr. Stackhouse understands both sides of the complex technical issues involved in cases involving hard drives, secure data and the Internet. He is thoroughly familiar with the UCMJ process and how to investigate and evaluate government evidence. He works aggressively to have charges dismissed or reduced to avoid the harshest penalties that can result from a court martial or administrative separations hearing.
From offices in Jacksonville, North Carolina, Mr. Stackhouse represents members of the U.S. armed forces and military contractors involved in military justice cases and investigations at installations throughout the United States and around the world. The right Jacksonville military computer crimes attorney can save your career. Contact his office for a no-cost initial consultation about his services and how he can help protect your rights.