Child Pornography Charge Defense
Dedicated Criminal Defense Lawyers in Miami, FL
The majority of child pornography cases arise from conversations over the
Internet with an undercover agent or from a report by a coworker or some
other person with access to the computer. In cases arising out of an internet
conversation, the agent may have damaging evidence from you through conversations
or postings in a chat room or on an online portal such as Facebook. As
a result, a search warrant is issued, your computer is seized, and everything
you've ever looked at, downloaded, e-mailed, or even erased is in
the hands of the FBI or other law enforcement officials. Suddenly, you're facing
criminal charges for possession and distribution of child pornography, you could be tagged
as a sexual predator, and you could go to prison for a substantial number
of years. This is not the time to hire an inexperienced attorney.
Our Miami criminal defense attorneys at
Rothman & Associates, P.A. have extensive experience representing criminal defendants in South Florida. In
over four decades of service, our firm has earned the trust and respect of our clients. We provide our
clients with the same respect - regardless of the circumstances involved
in their case. Please contact our Miami-Dade County law firm to discuss
your defense with a skilled child pornography defense lawyer.
Trust Your Attorney
Charges involving Internet sex crimes, such as child pornography or Internet
solicitation of minors, can ruin your life and require immediate action
on your part. When so much is on the line, your attorney's knowledge
is crucial to the success of the case. This includes not only a thorough
understanding of the law, but also the experience in handling such cases.
Everything discussed between our firm and our clients is confidential. Therefore, we encourage clients to be forthright with our attorneys and
staff. Only then can we be prepared to articulate the most effective defense
Common questions related to the defense of child pornography charges include,
but are not limited to:
- Are the photos actually pornography?
- Did more than one person use the computer?
- Did law enforcement follow procedures or is there question of entrapment?
- Were pictures sent to our client via some mass distribution e-mail?
Whether you have been reported by a co-worker or employer or have been
caught by an undercover agent, we are here to defend your rights. Our
attorneys and staff are here to answer your questions, investigate your
case, and provide you with effective child pornography defense representation.