Defining cyber-crime is complex and contentious and there is not an agreed upon definition. However, it can be said to be a distinct set of activities which are committed by using a computer, computer networks or other forms of ICT (e.g. spread of viruses, hacking etc.) or even the use of the internet to research how to commit or cover up a violent crime.

Our in house Solicitor Advocate has a wealth of experience in this area and if you have been charged with an offence which falls within this area please do not hesitate to contact our office to arrange a free consultation.

Offences we can help with

Road Traffic Offences

Public Disorder Offences

Drugs Offences

Dishonesty, Theft & Fraud

Crimes of Violence

Weapons & Knives

Firearms Offences

Sexual Assault


Proceeds of Crime

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