Illegal Pornography in Noblesville
Experienced Representation from a Noblesville Sex Crimes Lawyer
Like many other
sex crimes, illegal pornography is considered especially heinous and carries heavy
penalties. Being found guilty could result in a serious impact to your
life and your freedoms. If you are facing accusations of illegal pornography,
do not hesitate to seek out the legal representation services of an experienced
Noblesville sex crimes attorney.
The renowned trial attorneys at
The Criminal Defense Team are a uniquely qualified group of legal professionals who have represented
clients across a wide range of criminal defense cases, including many
sex crime charges. Our record of success has earned us a number of accolades
from peers and clients alike, including inclusion on the list of the “Top
100 Trial Lawyers” by the National Association of Trial Lawyers.
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How Do I Know if my Pornography is Illegal?
Pornography is defined in the legal world as any material produced with
the intent of arousing sexual excitement in its audience. This is a very
broadly-encompassing definition, though the modern interpretation almost
always requires depiction of genitalia in a non-artful manner. A large
amount of pornography is illegal and those who consume or distribute it
could be subject to criminal punishment.
Pornography could be considered illegal under a number of circumstances,
- The subject is under the age of 18 (child pornography)
- The material was produced without the knowledge or consent of the subject
- The material was distributed or viewed without the subject or owner’s
consent (i.e. “revenge porography”)
- The material is particularly graphic or obscene
Penalties for these charges can vary widely, however possession of child
pornography, the most common form of illegal pornography, is considered
a Level 6 felony in Indiana. The penalties for one of these crimes include
a prison sentence of six to 30 months, though the advisory sentence is
usually one year. You will also be required to register as a sex offender
for the rest of your life, which can limit the types of employment you
can seek or the places you can live.
With so much at stake, you cannot afford to face your charges alone. A
skilled advocate from The Criminal Defense Team will be able to analyze
the evidence of your case and advise you on the best route to pursue for
Contact Baldwin, Kyle & Kamish today and receive a free consultation
to start assembling your well-orchestrated criminal defense.