Being charged with Possession of Child Pornography in Florida calls for an aggressive defense because of the devastating impact on one’s life and livelihood. For starters, a conviction can mean years in prison, plus fines, probation, and other sanctions. Under Florida Statute 827.071, depending on circumstances, a conviction may mean sex offender status, fines, and a mandatory and lengthy prison term.
There are defenses against Possession of Pornography charges in Florida, and it’s important to talk with an aggressive and experienced Florida criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. Call 407-349-4211 and speak with the Orlando Criminal Defense Attorneys at the Rivas Law firm so that your rights are protected.