Child Pornography

Any person that distributes, transfers, creates or possesses child pornography is subject to arrest and conviction. Child pornography charges are serious and carry severe penalties, such as being charged with third-degree felony, up to 5 years imprisonment and as well as fines, not up to $5,000. Convictions of producing or promoting child pornography materials carry a second-degree felony charge, up to 15 years imprisonment, and fines of up to $10,000.

Previously convicted of felons are treated as repeat offenders and are subject to even more severe penalties. A conviction of child pornography or related sex crimes charge like child molestation or statutory rape means the convicted individual must register in the Florida Sex Offender Database.

Facing child pornography charges can be intimidating, but viable defenses do exist, (based upon the evidence in the case) that can reduce the associated penalties, or even help avoid a child pornography conviction.

The de la Grana | Boardman Reputation

The law firm of de la Grana | Boardman has a reputation for attention to detail, superior case organization and knowledgeable experience of the Florida Criminal Justice System. Our firm develops customized criminal defense strategies for many clients.

For example, entrapment is a possible defense in child pornography defense trials, as it may be possible to argue that law enforcement created a situation that influenced the commission of a crime.

No lawyer guarantees a particular result in any criminal case, but our firm will do everything possible to make sure that your charges have a minimum impact on your freedom and life. Let us stand up to advocate your needs in court, and do the work to help you move forward as successfully as possible.

Contact the law firm of de la Grana | Boardman if you are accused of crimes associated with child pornography or child molestation, need experienced, knowledgeable and reputable legal representation.