What Stays On Your Computer

If you are facing child pornography charges, you should know that beating the charges will not be easy. Wiping a computer is of little use because the websites you have visited and what you have viewed is easier to uncover than most recognize. You need an experienced criminal defense lawyer on your side to protect your rights and your future.

At Randall & Stump, PLLC, we will fight on your behalf. These cases often involve both state and federal laws, and you could end up facing charges in your local county courthouse and a federal courthouse. Attorney Sam Randall IV is a board-certified specialist in state and federal criminal law and it is important to hire an attorney licensed to practice in both state and federal court at the outset of your case.

You need strong legal help: Call 704-286-6942 now to find out what you are up against.

Don't Let A Conviction Ruin Your Life

Even if you don't think you have done anything wrong, you still need to put forth a strong defense to avoid a conviction that could ruin your life. If you are convicted of child pornography charges, you face not only significant fines and jail time, but also registration as a sex offender for the rest of your life.

Other collateral consequences are not always immediately appreciated. You could lose your job, where you can live may be limited and you might never be able to coach little league. If required to register as a sex offender, it could limit your ability to meet your children for lunch at their school and even prevent you from attending special events.

Types Of Child Pornography Charges That You May Face

Child porn offenses are defined in various ways under state and federal law. Often, offenses involve images that are found on electronic devices such as computers or cellphones. The charges you face may involve producing, transporting, sharing, receiving or possessing visual material that sexually exploits a minor.

For knowledgeable representation you can trust, contact Randall & Stump, PLLC, online or by telephone at 704-286-6942 (toll free at 800-565-1435).