Child Pornography

Under federal and state laws, it is illegal to produce, possess, distribute or sell pornographic materials that exploit or portray a minor child. Child pornography laws are evolving to catch and punish those using the Internet and digital technology to create, share and distribute pornographic images and movies with children.

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If you are facing criminal charges for child pornography, schedule a free consultation with a local criminal lawyer. Learn more about the charge you might be facing, potential penalties if you are convicted and possible defenses to you case. Call at 877-445-1059 or fill out a free criminal case evaluation form to connect with a criminal defense attorney near you.