Internet Child Pornography

The FBI and local law enforcement aggressively target child pornography. Law enforcement expends significant time and resources creating sting operations to target Internet child pornography crimes.

The Internet makes transmission of pornographic photos simple and seemingly anonymous. And it makes it easier for people to inadvertently access child pornography. It’s important to understand that images of child pornography are not protected by the Constitution. The Internet also makes it relatively simple for authorities to track down and prosecute suspected offenders.

Indianapolis-based criminal defense lawyers Jane Ruemmele and Charles Hayes represent clients accused of sex crimes and are well-versed in law enforcement’s techniques so they are able to best defend even the most complex child pornography cases.

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Founding Member of Sweeney Hayes LLC, and former partner of the firm Kathleen Sweeney wrote “Strategies for Defending Internet Pornography Cases: Leading Lawyers on Analyzing Electronic Documents, Utilizing Expert Witnesses, and Explaining Technological Evidence (Inside the Minds)” published by Aspatore Books. You can read it here.

It is illegal under both Indiana and federal law to produce, transport, share, receive or possess pornography that involves images of a minor. But the law is complex and there are many potential defenses. If you have been accused of the following, trust your unique case to the attorneys of Hayes Ruemmele:

  • Child molestation in relation to Internet child pornography charges
  • Possession and receipt of child pornography
  • Production and distribution of child pornography

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