Interference With Electronic Device
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Cybercrimes are becoming more and more prevalent these days, given the age of technology and information we live in. Interfering with an electronic device can mean a couple different things. According to Michigan state law, you can be charged with interference with an electronic device if you any of the following without permission:
- Cut, disconnect, or “hack” into someone’s computer, phone, internet, or network.
- Read or copy any information from someone’s computer, phone, network, or program.
- Use someone’s computer, phone, internet, or network.
- Delay or prevent sending electronic communication by telephone or cable.
While this charge does not sound like a terrible crime, it is still classified as a felony and is punishable by imprisonment up to 2 years and/or a fine of up to $1,000. If any of the offenses resulted in the death of any person, this felony is punishable by imprisonment up to 4 years and/or a fine up to $5,000.
Interference with an electronic device charges are nothing to shrink away from. When it comes to your future, you need an ally, someone who can fight for you. That’s where the experienced attorneys at LaBre Law Office come into play; we do not shy away from any case. We will meticulously examine the facts and we will work together to build a strategy that is appropriate for you and your case.
Every situation is different and requires personalized legal strategy and attention. Tell us about your current situation and we would be happy to discuss your legal options. We have the skills, experience and resources needed to provide you with compassionate legal service.
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