Have you been accused of computer-based crimes like Internet solicitation or child porn? If so, you know that your life and livelihood could be at risk. As a whole, the world is moving toward using the Internet more but with that, identities can be stolen or you could be accused of crimes someone else did in your name.
When you're accused of a crime, you need to first focus on defending yourself. Evidence against you might include things like emails or programs you have on your computer; if evidence was obtained illegally, then the evidence may be thrown out and unable to be used by the courts. In Maryland, there are many programs where police can work to collect information from your computer and use the data that was mined to prosecute you. You can fight back, though.