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Proactive Defense Against Child Pornography Charges

Last updated on January 21, 2021

There may be no other type of crime that has the potential to damage your reputation and future as much as a sex crime involving a child. Nowhere is this more true than in cases involving the possession, distribution or creation of child pornography. Even the mere accusation of the crime, no matter how unfounded the claim, can do irreparable harm to your future.

If you have been accused of any crime involving child pornography, the need for effective defense representation is essential. Prosecutors, the courts and the general public have a history of approaching these cases from an assumption of guilt before you even have the opportunity to answer the allegations against you. Be sure that you choose an attorney with the ability to properly handle a sex crimes case and protect your future.

Strong Defense Without Judgment

At Lynch & Pine, we aggressively defend clients against all types of child pornography allegations. We have extensive experience with a broad range of state child pornography offenses as well as federal offenses, including complex internet sex crimes in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. We can overcome the public’s rush to judgment in these cases and will work hard to ensure that you are not held accountable for a crime you did not commit.

Since most child pornography is produced and exchanged electronically, the prosecution’s evidence is frequently highly dependent on IP addresses, timestamps and other electronic data. It is possible to argue that another person had access to your computer or electronic device. The prosecution is only interested in evidence that proves its theory. We will conduct thorough investigations to find the evidence necessary to prove your innocence and protect your good name.

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We understand the sensitive nature of cases involving accusations of sex crimes against children. We will handle your case with the highest level of discretion and professionalism. Contact our office in Providence or Newport to discuss your case with an attorney. Please call 401-680-0921 or contact us via email to arrange an appointment.