Jay Leiderman is a criminal defense attorney in Ventura, California. He co-authored the first ever book on the legal defense of California medical marijuana crimes and has been called the “Hacktivist’s Advocate” for his work defending those accused of computer crimes. He has been recognized and won awards for going above and beyond to represent clients accused of all sorts of crimes. Jay frequently lectures around the state and nation on various criminal defense topics.
Anonymous Hacktivist Sentenced To 10 Years In Jail
Jeremy Hammond, a hacktivist and former member of Anonymous, faces 10 years in prison for one count of conspiracy under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. We speak with experts and members of his legal team ahead of his sentencing.
Originally aired on November 15, 2013
Jay Leiderman@JayLeidermanLaw(New York, NY)Criminal Defense Lawyer Specializing in Computer Crimes; Law Offices of Jay Leiderman
Peter Ludlow@peterjludlow(Chicago, IL)Professor of Philosophy, Northwestern University