North Wales Child Pornography Lawyer

Dedicated Criminal Defense Lawyers Help Defend Clients against Serious Child Pornography Charges in North Wales

Being arrested and charged with child pornography offenses is an incredibly serious matter. A conviction can result in significant prison time and fines, along with consequences such as sex offender registration requirements that can follow you for the rest of your life. With your freedom and future on the line, you need aggressive, knowledgeable legal representation that will fight to defend your legal rights in your case.

Since 1952, the lawyers of Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford have worked hard to provide our clients in North Wales and throughout Pennsylvania, with the dedicated, high-quality legal representation they deserve for their important legal matters. There is likely no legal matter more critical to your life than facing criminal charges, especially serious charges involving child pornography. You can expect that our attorneys will leave no stone unturned in working to put together a legal strategy that will help you obtain the best possible outcome in your case.

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Contact us today for a free initial case review to discuss your criminal charges and to learn more about how our attorneys can help you protect your legal rights and options in your case.

Consequences of a Child Pornography Conviction in North Wales

In addition to being charged with possession and distribution, child pornography cases can lead to other criminal charges such as rape, sexual assault, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, and endangering the welfare of children. As a result, the conviction in a child pornography case can lead to a serious prison sentence lasting years or even decades.

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Even once you have completed a prison sentence for a child pornography conviction, the consequences of a conviction can likely last for the rest of your life. In Pennsylvania, individuals convicted of child pornography offenses will usually be required to register as sex offenders under the state’s sex offender registration statute. Sex offender registration carries a serious social stigma that can make it difficult for you to secure housing, find a job, or apply for entry to educational programs. Registration can also impose restrictions on your personal life, such as where you may live, what kinds of jobs you may hold, or your ability to access social media or the internet. Registration requirements can be onerous, and failure to comply can lead to further criminal convictions. 

Our attorneys have a deep knowledge of Pennsylvania’s child pornography and sex crimes laws, and we are prepared to fight to keep you from being punished harshly under these strict laws.

Let the Attorneys at Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford Help You Face Accusations of Child Pornography Charges

As with all criminal cases, the more quickly you move to protect your rights and interest after you have been arrested and charged with child pornography offenses, the more likely you will be able to obtain the most favorable outcome to your charges. When you choose our firm to represent you against your child pornography charges, you can expect that we will vigorously pursue every available defense in your case, including:

  • Determining whether law enforcement enticed someone not ordinarily inclined to download and distribute child pornography (also known as an “entrapment” defense)
  • Working with computer forensic experts to determine whether someone else used your computer to download or distribute illicit materials without your consent or knowledge, such as someone else in your household or a hacker who may have gained control of your computer
  • Proving that you suffer from an addiction or mental illness that predisposes you to seek out child pornography for which you require treatment

Our attorneys have extensive legal knowledge and experience with the technical complexities of computer- and internet-based crimes such as child pornography charges to aggressively pursue every factual and legal defense in your case.

Contact Our Firm Today to Schedule a Free Initial Case Review to Learn More about How We Can Help You

If you or a loved one are under investigation or have been arrested for child pornography crimes, you need to act quickly to protect your rights. A child pornography conviction will have serious repercussions on the rest of your life, even long after you have served a jail or prison sentence. Schedule a free, confidential initial consultation with a criminal defense attorney from Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford to discuss how we may be able to help you face your charges and protect your rights through the criminal justice process.

About North Wales, PA

North Wales is a borough in Montgomery County, PA. One of three historic population centers comprising the North Penn Valley region, today the community of North Wales includes many areas outside its official boundaries located in adjacent townships and unincorporated communities. North Wales rapidly grew into a suburb of the nearby city of Philadelphia following the introduction of railroad lines to the city in the 1850s, later replaced with trolleys. Today, North Wales remains a commuter suburb for Philadelphia, with the borough containing many single-family, twin, and row houses constructed in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. 

Frequently Asked Questions about Child Pornography in North Wales, PA

FAQ: How can I be charged with distributing child pornography if I only downloaded files?

You may not realize that the software you used to download files also shares those same files (potentially along with other files on your computer) with other people on the internet. Even if you had no intention of distributing files, you can still be held criminally liable when the software you use makes those files available for download by other persons.

FAQ: If I am convicted of child pornography charges will I have to register as a sex offender?

Most likely. Most criminal charges related to child pornography are offenses that will require a convicted individual to register as a sex offender following the completion of their incarceration. Many of these offenses also carry lifetime registration requirements. In addition, you may be required to undergo an evaluation to determine whether you should be designated as a sexually violent predator, which carries more strict registration and monitoring requirements and can restrict where you live and what kinds of jobs you can hold.