Newtown Township, PA. DUI, Drug, Assault Criminal Defense Attorney – Keith McAndrews Legal
Newtown Township is a township in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, United States. Newtown Township traces its roots back to William Penn, who purchased 5,000 acres from the Lenni Lenape Indians in 1683. He named this land “my New Township”, which gradually evolved to Newtown Township. Newtown served as the County Seat of Bucks County from 1726 until 1813, when the Court was moved to Doylestown. In 1838, the area comprising the commercial center, plus a number of homes, was incorporated into Newtown Borough. Today, the Township surrounds Newtown Borough and each has its own form of government.
Computer Crime in Pennsylvania
The most common of computer crimes is hacking, using a computer to gain unauthorized data into a system. There are many more ways to be convicted of a computer crime. Some examples of computer crimes are:
- Falsifying source information.
- Putting a virus into computer system.
- Interfering with someone else’s computer access or use.
- Using code encryption in conjunction with a crime.
- Accessing a computer, system, or network without the proper authorization/ permission.
- Stealing source information.
If you have been charged with a computer crime, contact the legal team at Keith McAndrews Legal in Newtown Township, PA.