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Challenging Possession, Distribution Or Production Charges Of Child Pornography

Have you been accused of child pornography? If so, it is critical that you retain aggressive and thorough criminal defense counsel to counter these allegations and protect your reputation, rights and freedom.

At Beckham Solis, Attorneys at Law, our accomplished, award-winning legal team has well over half a century of legal experience defending the rights of the accused. Our Miami child pornography defense lawyers can ensure that every viable strategy is thoughtfully considered and the best possible outcome is diligently pursued.

What Is Considered Child Pornography?

Florida Statute 827.071(5) defines the offense of knowingly possessing, controlling or viewing any media that depicts sexual conduct by a child. This is considered a third-degree felony – but also note that each item of child pornography found (magazine, photo, etc.) counts as its own, separate offense.

While possession is very serious, participation in the production and distribution of child pornography is considered an even more severe offense.

Production and distribution of child pornography include:

  • Employing or permitting a minor for a sexual performance – 827.071(2)
  • Promoting the sexual performance of a child – 827.071(3)
  • Possessing media depicting the sexual performance of a child with intent to promote – 827.071(4)

These offenses are considered second-degree felonies. In our digital age, it is now common for the “transmission” or sending of child pornography over the internet. This can constitute a federal offense, which is subject to its own set of statutes and penalties. For more information on your charges, what penalties you could be facing, and how our firm can mount an effective and assertive defense in your favor, involve our Miami child pornography defense attorneys.

This Can’t Wait; Call Today For Strong Representation

Whether your charges are on the state or federal level, our team can help. Call 305-860-4884 today or fill out our contact form online.