With sex crimes having such dire consequences, one would think that an attorney would be the last person guilty of owning, viewing or distributing Child Pornography. However, one case is Kansas shows just how dumb some people can be, as well as how important it is to have a skilled, experienced Los Angeles Sex Crime Defense Attorney if you find yourself accused.
A partner of the largest law firm in Kansas is accused of sending Child Pornography to a child while in his office. He is even the son of a very important legal figure in Kansas, a former judge and former partner of the same law firm. The man allegedly used his webcam multiple times to send pictures of himself in a sex act to an FBI agent posing as a 14 year old. He also allegedly encouraged the person posing as a 14 year old girl to send photos back to him. The photos of the lawyer were actually taken in his law office! Child Pornography charges are severe enough, now he has involved his work place in the alleged events.
Public outrage over Child Pornography charges can ruin a person's life, whether or not the individual is guilty. This is why it is absolutely necessary to have a Los Angeles Sex Crime Defense Attorney if you have been accused of possessing, distributing or manufacturing Child Pornography. If you are convicted of this particular sex crime, you are in danger of:
Unless you want to be severely punished in court and in public for having pornographic images of minors (under 18 years of age), you need a qualified lawyer. The courts and prosecution may force you to plea bargain without giving you proper information, meaning you need a Los Angeles Sex Crime Defense Attorney to provide you with proper legal representation.
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