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Tampa Pornography Charges Attorney

Few crimes evoke as much outrage as those which involve child victims. It is important to note that one need not come into physical contact with a child to be convicted of a sexual offense. Simply viewing child pornography from a computer can lead to state or federal charges. A conviction for possessing child pornography can have devastating consequences. Offenders will be subject to fines, jail time, and often a lifetime registration on the sex offender registry. Further, such crimes can cause horrendous damage to one’s standing in the community. If a defendant is accused and convicted for child pornography, then it may cause a nuisance in times to come. A convicted felon may find it hard to apply for housing, foster personal relationships, and get employment. If you or someone you know has been convicted or charged with a pornography crime, then you must retain a criminal defense counsel. Omar Abdelghany is an expert on handling such cases; he operates in Tampa Bay, Florida. You can contact our office today to schedule an initial consultation with a Tampa pornography charge attorney.

Criminal Defense Lawyer Assisting Tampa Defendants with Child Porn Cases

Florida classifies child pornography related offenses into multiple categories. Those who use a child in a sexual performance, promote a sexual performance by a child, or possess child-related pornographic materials with the intent of promoting them may be charged with a second degree felony. Such offenses can result in fines up to $10,000 and fifteen years in prison. It is a third-degree felony to be arrested and accused with intentional possession, controlling and viewing of child pornography. It may result in fines of up to $5000 and five years imprisonment. The possession or distribution of child pornography can also result in federal criminal charges.

A child pornography case procession will commence once the court has established the probable cause to believe that an offense was committed. The accused will then apply for an appeal of guilty or not guilty, and the judge will assign a trial date for future proceedings. Child Pornography cases often rely heavily on the evidence obtained by law enforcement agencies. This evidence is usually taken under custody from the smartphone, residence, or a computer of the defendant. If the law enforcement agency is violating the rights of the accused by conducting an unreasonable search, then any such evidence may possibly be excluded from the court. In certain circumstances, an exclusion of the evidence may end up in dismissal of any charges brought forward against the defendant. If a dismissal is out of the question, then the prosecution bears the burden to prove in front of the court that the defendant intentionally and purposefully owned or possessed questionable pornographic materials. The legal issues about pornography are complicated and need the expertise of a seasoned defense lawyer.

Providing Quality Services to Florida Residents Charged with Child Pornography Related Offense

Our Tampa criminal defense attorney aims to provide impeccable services to the residents of Florida charged with crimes falling under the Child Pornography category.

It can get overwhelmingly tough when you are facing criminal charges of such serious nature, and have to take care of legal matters side by side. But you do not have to stress yourself because Omar will go out of his way to help you with your case. He will make sure that he takes care of everything so you can find time to relax your nerves. If you feel pressured and overly stressed out with worrying thoughts about your case, call Omar because he will make sure to pick your call. You will never feel deserted when you have Omar on your side.

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