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We Stand For The Rights Of Those Facing Child Pornography Charges

Few crimes are prosecuted as aggressively as child pornography. Possession, distribution and receipt of child pornography can lead to decades in prison and permanent status as a sex offender. Furthermore, any such material that passes across state lines, either physically or electronically, can result in federal prosecution.

Due to these aggressive, overlapping laws, you can be prosecuted federally for something that is legal in your state. For example, the age of consent in Indiana is 16. If you’ve been accused of taking pornographic pictures of someone of that age, you can still face decades in a federal prison if these images crossed state lines.

Types Of Child Pornography Offenses

Whether you possess it, receive it, or distribute it, handling child pornography is considered a crime under state and federal laws. While possession is considered a lesser crime and carries a lighter minimum sentence than receipt or distribution, it is still an extremely serious charge. If you have a prior sex offense conviction, simply receiving child pornography can land you 40 years in federal prison.

The major child pornography offenses include:

  • Possession of child pornography
  • Transportation, receipt, distribution, or possession with intent to distribute
  • Possession of visual representation of child sexual abuse
  • Receipt, distribution or production of visual representation of child sexual abuse

Hire A Zealous, Trial-Tested Advocate

Our Indianapolis child pornography attorney can help defend you against child pornography charges at both the state and federal levels. The punishments for these crimes can absolutely destroy the life of first-time offenders. With more than 15 years of experience as an Indianapolis criminal defense attorney and former prosecutor, Zaki Ali is uniquely qualified to help craft an effective defense to protect your freedom. Contact Zaki Ali, Trial Lawyers at 765-252-1539.