Defending Against Internet Child Pornography Crimes
Federal law enforcement agencies, including the FBI, have been cracking down on child pornography, especially the proliferation of child pornography downloaded on the Internet. These agencies are using new techniques to investigate crimes against children and to obtain indictments against alleged offenders.
If you have been accused of involvement with child pornography, it is important to work with a qualified federal criminal defense attorney. Accusations of involvement in child pornography can negatively affect your family, career and life. The best way to avoid the consequences of a conviction is to fight back efficiently and effectively — as soon as possible.
We represent people accused of all types of crimes related to Internet child pornography:
- Child molestation in relation to Internet child pornography charges
- Possession of child pornography
- Distribution of child pornography
Our founding attorney, Marcia G. Shein, successfully handled a sex offense case, United States v. Husband, before the United States Supreme Court. Ms. Shein is a nationally-recognized criminal defense lawyer whose articles and personal interviews have been published in numerous state and national law journals. For more than 20 years, she has successfully represented clients in federal courts throughout the United States.
How Registration Requirements Affect Convicted Sex Offenders
Convicted sex offenders are often subject to sex offender registration requirements. These requirements force offenders to report their locations in a database, so that neighbors will always be informed of their history. Registered offenders may be limited in where they can live and work.
Contact an Experienced Atlanta, Georgia, Criminal Defense Attorney
For assistance with federal criminal charges related to child pornography, from investigation to post-conviction relief, contact our child pornography defense law office in Georgia (Atlanta area) online, or by calling 404-633-3797.