Child Pornography Defense

If you are under investigation or have been charged with the possession, distribution or production of pornography containing images or videos of underage minors, there is no time to waste. You need legal representation right now. The penalties for a conviction at the state level include five to 10 years in prison. At the federal level, an individual could face up to 20 years in prison.

Attorney David T. Schlendorf has handled more than 2,500 sex crime cases, including many cases involving Internet-related child sexual abuse charges. He draws upon his experience as a prosecutor and a criminal defense attorney to effectively defend clients accused of serious crimes. Mr. Schlendorf serves clients in Toms River, Monmouth, throughout New Jersey and he handles federal cases nationwide.

Experienced Defense In New Jersey for Internet Sex Crimes Charges Involving Children

A knowledgeable criminal defense lawyer is a valuable ally and source of support for a person who is under investigation, has been arrested or has been charged with any crime. When facing a sex offense against a child, it is even more important to gain legal representation, as these charges carry substantial penalties that can alter a person's life forever.

Attorney David T. Schlendorf has significant experience representing clients charged with sex crimes involving minors, including distribution and possession of inappropriate images of minors. At The Law Offices of David T. Schlendorf, clients receive trusted advocacy and legal guidance from an attorney who understands the nuances of sex crimes charges and how to apply the law to each case.

Discuss Your Case With a Certified Criminal Trial Lawyer

Sexual images of minors are commonly stored in digital files on computers and distributed over the Internet. Actually, photos and copies of these illegal images are also in distribution, but most people charged with possession have downloaded images onto a computer.

Charges involving possession, distribution or production are often handled at the federal level due to the sharing of images across state lines. However, a possession of underage Internet material charge may also be considered a state crime, depending on the specifics of the case. Regardless, an individual convicted of possession typically faces months or years in jail.

Even if you have not yet been charged, if you are under investigation for these types of charges, it is important to gain legal representation as soon as possible.

Contact Us Online Today

Attorney David T. Schlendorf is experienced in defending clients against a range of sex crimes, including federal sex offenses involving children. As a former prosecutor, he understands how to effectively defend these serious charges, and he knows what to expect from the prosecution. Mr. Schlendorf serves clients throughout New Jersey and handles federal cases nationwide. Call 866-895-9668 or contact the firm online to schedule an initial consultation.