distribution child porn

Distribution Child Porn

Whether it is possession or distribution of child pornography, you can face serious consequences for such content on both a state and federal level. Federal law defines child pornography as any visual depiction, whether a photography film, video, or computer-generated image of sexually explicit conduct that involves the use of a minor. You can be charged for producing, distributing, receiving, or possessing with intent to distribute any such images.

Besides jail time and fines, the personal consequences of a child pornography case can be devastating to your family, your career, and your reputation, even if you are found not guilty. Child pornography and other sex crime cases can add you to the sex offender registry, which forces you to forgo personal privacy and respect in your community. If you are registered as a sex offender, you can also experience long-term and short-term difficulties in your employment.

The legal consequences for child pornography can vary depending on the number and type of images found. Under both Michigan and federal law, courts hand down severe felony penalties for child pornography. In some cases, the accused may be found with child pornography that came from a Trojan horse or another virus from a third-party. At Kirsch Leach + Associates, our specialized attorneys are well-versed and skilled in sex crime defense, so that their clients receive the best, most aggressive representation possible. Our attorneys will work tirelessly on your behalf to reach the best possible outcome.

Attorney

Lisa Kirsch Satawa

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Lisa Kirsch-Satawa
Attorney

Lisa Kirsch-Satawa