Child Pornography Crimes

Allegations of possession/distribution of child pornography can permanently destroy your reputation among family, friends, neighbors and colleagues. In addition, you will more than likely be found guilty in the court of public opinion before your trial even begins.

I have defended priests charged with federal child pornography charges as well as numerous other individuals and have realized that in many instances, clients were unaware that images of child pornography were even on their computers or didn't realize that someone else might have used a computer to download illegal material. Also, file sharing programs may have downloaded illegal images without my client's knowledge or a spam e-mail or computer virus may have placed unwanted pictures on a hard drive.

Congress passed the Adam Walsh Act which severely limits someone's ability to defend themselves against federal child pornography charges. That's why from the beginning it is crucial to vigorously fight each and every aspect of the Government's case, even as early as the detention hearing.


U.S.A. v. Huggins

Plea Agreement

Judgment


Bond

U.S.A. v. Accused

Motion for Bond

Equal Access to Discovery

U.S.A. v. Sprague

Motion for Protective Order


Discovery

Motion for Bill of Particulars

Motion for Discovery Request

Motion for Equal Access to Discovery

Sentencing Memos

U.S.A. v. Sampson

U.S.A. v. Accused

U.S.A. v. Hicks

U.S.A. v. Hitch


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