Child Pornography

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As technology and online media continue to advance, instances of child pornography have started to increase. Under Arizona law and Federal law, it is illegal for individuals to engage in the production, propagation or possession of child pornography. If convicted of child pornography in the state of Arizona, a person might have to face severe consequences as well as unforgiving friends and family members. Nothing about an accusation of child pornography should be taken lightly. The moment a person thinks that they might be under investigation for any type of Phoenix sex crime against a child, including child molestation, child pornography and/or sexual exploitation of a minor, pick up the phone and talk to a lawyer immediately.

Effective Phoenix child pornography lawyers can assess cases involving sex crimes to see if child pornography did in fact occur. In some cases, the defendant may have involuntarily downloaded child pornography or had child pornography placed on their computer without their knowledge. Even though the defendant was totally unaware of their involvement, they can suddenly find themselves facing criminal charges for child pornography and their entire life gets turned upside down. A conviction for child pornography in Arizona can put a person’s career, education and goals in jeopardy. Therefore, it is essential for those accused of a sex crime in Phoenix to make sure that their rights are protected when they have their day in court.

The Phoenix sex crimes attorneys at JacksonWhite understand the negative connotation associated with child pornography cases, and make sure to represent each client with sensitivity and confidentiality. We fight hard for each of our clients’ rights in court because we know that their future is at stake. Our accessible and dedicated child molestation attorneys are here to help Arizona residents when they need it most.

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