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How Your Use Of Social Media Can Be Restricted If You’re On Probation
If you still think that placing any limitations on your use of social media is a violation of your freedom of speech rights, speak to our Los Angeles internet crime attorney at Okabe & Haushalter.
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Social media has become an integral part of our life, so no wonder that even the criminal justice system has to adjust and enact new laws and rules governing how social media can and cannot be used by adults and juveniles serving probation and those investigated for a crime. As you may know, it has […]

Internet Crimes Carry Heavy Penalties

OKABE & HAUSHALTER Sep 7, 2018

When you are charged with a crime, it can be terrifying. It can be even scarier when that crime involves the Internet. Why? Because, Internet crimes often enter the realm of federal charges along with state charges, because technically, the crime crosses state lines. This can mean serious prison time because most federal crimes have […]

Anyone who’s watched the news, read it online, or even just scroll through their Facebook feed recently, will be familiar with the tragic “swatting” case leading to the death of Andrew Finch. After a Call of Duty disagreement led to a prank call being made to police, reporting a shooting at Finch’s house, Finch was […]

In today’s digital age, computers have become a permanent part of our lives. Just about every American household has a home computer. If you are like most people, there is a good chance you also have access to another digital device, such as a smartphone, notebook or tablet. When most people think of Internet crimes, […]