We live in a time of constant online access through phones, computers and devices. At any point in the day, you can communicate with virtually anyone on the planet. This no-boundaries world has led to an uptick in charges of cyberbullying and cyberstalking and the frequent use of entrapment by alleged victims and law enforcement officials.
Two of the most common charges are cyberstalking and cyberbullying. If you have been accused of these kinds of crimes, you need an experienced and uncompromising team who can prepare an aggressive defense to minimize the damage. Before you submit to an interview with law enforcement, call the DeJean Law Office as soon as possible to discuss your case in more detail.
- Cyberstalking is defined as the use of threatening words or language in electronic communications or electronic mail that includes threats to inflict bodily harm to a person or to such person’s family members, damage to property, or for the purpose of extorting money or other things of value.
- Cyberbullying is defined as the transmission of any electronic textual, visual, written or oral communication with the malicious and willful intent to coerce, abuse, torment, or intimidate a person under the age of 18.