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Making, Supplying or Obtaining Articles

Section 42 of the Serious Crime Act 2015 extends the offence in Section 3A of the Computer Misuse Act 1990 to make, supply or obtain articles, i.e hacking tools, under section 1, section 3 or section 3ZA of the Computer Misuse Act 1990.

Such articles (tools) may be used in online fraud and hacking and a person may be charged under this section whether the individual intends to supply it to another party or not.

An example of this offence is making, supplying or purchasing a program that is capable of making DDoS attacks possible.

Legal Advice and Representation

Being charged under this offence is a serious matter it is therefore you speak to a firm that has previous experience is this area, such as MJP solicitors If you are facing allegations of making, supplying or obtaining articles (tools) under Section 42 of the Serious Crime Act 2015, are being interviewed or have been charged then you need to contact MJP solicitors immediately. Being found guilty of this type of offence can carry a sentence of imprisonment and therefore it is important to seek representation from an experienced criminal law firm.

MJP have specialist knowledge in defending criminal cases of this nature and our services are available 24 hours, 7 days a week allow us provide representation and advice throughout England and Wales such as Liverpool, Wirral, North West, when it is needed the most.

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