A person was accused by B person of accessing B's email with out permission. Evidence was found that A person did access the email and wil be charged with Breech of Computer Security. On the day in question, A did access with out permission but B had given A permission and the password previously. What could be A's punishment is found guilty?? And if B drops the charges can the DA still pursue??
1 Answer from Attorneys
If someone gives you his password and gives you permission to access his email, and you do so, you haven't committed a crime. The DA would be an idiot to pursue this nonsense. Aren't there any rapists in his jurisdiction?