In Orange County, a man has been convicted of possessing child pornography and annoying a 12 year old girl at a public library. Such sex crimes as these lead to severe consequences which include prison, fines, years of counseling and a life time inclusion on the California Sex Offenders list. People facing serious crimes like these need a skilled Los Angeles Sex Crime Defense Attorney fighting on their behalf in and out of court. This particular man was from Stanton and pleaded guilty to a court offer of one misdemeanor count of possession of child pornography and one misdemeanor count of child annoyance.
The man allegedly followed three girsl into the Stanton library on July 13, causing them to feel uncomfortable. He then allegedly followed the three girls back outside and asked the 12 year old if she would take a photo of herself and send it to his cell phone. He was arrested after the girl told the authorities what was happening. Upon investigating, police found a pornographic photo of another child on his cell phone. He will be sentenced to one year in jail, three years of formal probation and mandatory sex offender registration.
Sex crimes in Southern California can lead to life long consequences if you are convicted. With a skilled Los Angeles Sex Crime Defense Attorney representing you, you stand a much better chance of avoiding many or all of these penalties. Sex crime investigations involve looking into your past, talking to your neighbors, psychological evaluations and much more. Without an experienced lawyer guiding you through this difficult and stressful process, you may not stand a chance against the best lawyers employed by the government.
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