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Portland Child Pornography Defense Lawyer

Child pornography charges are complex and varied. An individual may be charged if he or she is found to be in possession of one pornographic image or hundreds of them. If an individual has been found to be distributing child pornography, the penalties may increase substantially.

I am Portland, Oregon, child pornography defense lawyer David J. Celuch. I offer experienced and aggressive child pornography defense to clients throughout the Portland area. If you are interested in learning about your specific defense options, I urge you to contact my law firm to schedule a free consultation.

Child Pornography Defense

While child pornography charges are serious, remember that you are innocent until proven guilty — and that there may be several solid defense options available in your case. I will ask important questions that may aid in building a defense of your child pornography charges:

  • Did the police have a warrant to search your computer?
  • Did the police legally come into possession of the pornographic images or videos?
  • Were the images actually those of a minor? Or were they computer generated?

There are a range of possible penalties for child pornography depending on what the police think you have done. Child pornography can be either a misdemeanor or felony crime, punishable by jail or prison time, fines, and mandatory registration as a sex offender. I will help you identify the strongest possible defense strategy and ensure that your rights are protected throughout the legal process.

Contact a Multnomah County Lawyer for Possession of Child Pornography

If pornographic images or videos of minors have been found on your personal computer, or if you have been accused of distributing child pornography, do not wait to contact an experienced criminal defense lawyer. Contact my law firm today or call 503-388-4325.

If you call after hours, you will receive my voice mail, which will give you a cell phone number to contact in case of an emergency.