How Can the Cyber Center Help Me?

The goal of this section is to help prosecutors overcome these barriers. This content provides resources to those who prosecute cyber crimes, and includes both links to sources explicitly focused on cyber crimes, as well as links to traditional legal resources related to cyber crime prosecution.

Note that this information is not presented as a source of legal advice, but rather to provide context for some of the legal issues that relate to cybercrime.

General Legal Resources

Legal resources that provide useful information on statutes and case law, as well as searching and filtering capabilities.
Learn More

Case Law

Discussions and summaries of relevant Supreme Court cyber-related legal matters
Learn More

Federal Statutes

Discussions and summaries of relevant federal statutes inclduing ECPA, and Pen Register and Trap and Trace.
Learn More

Litigation Resources

Published guides by federal agencies regarding digital evidence, electronic crime matters, and expert witnesses.
Learn More

Cyber security concept/Fotolia

Emerging Legal and Policy Issues

Resources related to identifying emerging legal and policy issues for prosecutors.
Learn More

Digital Search Warrants

We discuss three important issues concerning search warrants for digital evidence: particularity, permissible time for examination, and retention of seized data.
Learn More

Training

Prosecutor-specific training opportunties.
Learn More

FBI Cyber Shield Alliance

IACP Conference

Contribute Content