Child Pornography Attorney
Any type of picture, image, video or even drawings of someone under the age of 18 engaging in a sexual activity can be classified as child pornography. Anyone who has possession of these types of media may be charged and convicted of a felony—and the consequences for producing or distributing these types of media are even more severe.
If you’ve been charged with possession or distribution of child pornography, working with a child pornography attorney is essential to protect your rights. For many charged with these crimes, they did not know the persons depicted were underage, someone else may have used their device to view or download the images or the content may have been accidentally downloaded.
No matter what your situation may be, Owens Criminal Defense is here to help you navigate your charges, defend your rights and fight your case.
Penalties for Child Pornography Charges in Texas
Child pornography charges are treated very seriously and can mean jail time, fines and a felony charge. However, in order to convict, the prosecution will need to prove that the subject of the media is underage, that the media itself can be defined as pornography and that the defendant has, in fact, received or distributed the images or media in question.
Our team at Owens Criminal Defense can help fight your case by customizing a defense strategy unique to your particular circumstances. Your first step is to schedule a free consultation to learn how to best move forward with your case.