Fighting Serious Charges With Strong Legal Representation
Child pornography involves illegal images or videos depicting minors. In California, child pornography charges carry extremely serious consequences. If you are convicted of possessing, exhibiting, distributing, sharing, hosting or selling child pornography, you can be sentenced to years in prison. You will also be required to register as a sex offender, which can affect your career, your living situation and other areas of your life for decades.
If you have been accused of a crime related to child pornography, we can assist you during this difficult time. Our criminal defense attorneys have helped many clients in accusations related to illegal pornography and child sex crimes, and we can represent you aggressively in state or federal court.
Most child pornography is accessed and transmitted via the Internet, and this includes the use of mobile devices. With rapid changes in technology, the law changes regularly. Our attorneys work hard to stay on the cutting edge with regard to these changes so we can defend our clients thoroughly.
Accusations and Evidence
In some cases, people are accused based on images or videos that they unknowingly or accidentally visited, viewed, transmitted or downloaded. In other cases, the accusations relate to material that was knowingly used or stored on a hard drive, laptop, desktop or storage medium. The prosecution’s case often comes down to demonstrating that illegal materials were utilized, stored or sent on a specific piece of hardware, or that they were deliberately visited on the web.
The severity of the accusation usually depends on volume: the greater the number of images or length of video, the more serious the charge. Our lawyers are highly experienced at analyzing and challenging evidence and aggressively placing the burden of proof on prosecutors.
San Diego Child Pornography Attorneys | Chula Vista Pornography Defense Attorneys
The experienced criminal defense attorneys of Conforti & Turner, LLP, can represent you in dealing with serious charges related to child pornography, including the e-mailing or “sexting” of images. We are available to discuss your situation in confidence by phone or in person. Call us at 619-272-6045 or toll free at 800-405-1685 to get your questions answered.