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Effective Defense Counsel Against Child Pornography Charges
At The Law Offices of Thomas Maronick Jr LLC, we have been able to achieve, in past cases, results allowing our clients to return to work and put child pornography cases behind them — even in the face of seemingly overwhelming odds. We believe in representing our clients’ interests in the face of criminal charges, even complex and “taboo” cases involving sex crimes against children.
Child pornography cases have the potential to ruin one’s life, but our lawyers are here to ensure you are afforded every possible protection our criminal justice system and constitution have to offer. We are highly-skilled and considered leaders in the legal field. We are prepared to put our experience to work for you.
Contact our team at 410-885-1775 for a free 30-minute consultation and find out how we can help with a child pornography investigation, arrest or charges.
Defending Clients Against Child Pornography Allegations
Child pornography involves the possession of illegal material, but in some cases, if our clients did not actively take any steps to obtain such material, but simply opened an email from an unknown sender, we can move to have the state or government dismiss the charges or significantly reduce them.
In Maryland, the following penalties may apply for the first conviction for possession of child pornography:
- Up to five years in prison; and or
- A fine of up to $2,500.
In these cases, following a specific plan of action that we provide you — including classes to take, evaluations to have performed and several other steps — can help significantly in the resolution of a case with very strong results. We always have your best interest in mind and are looking for the best result we believe we can attain for you. We will keep you informed and take steps that align with your concerns, needs, and best interests.
Our team handles child pornography cases across Maryland, including those involving:
- Possession of child pornography
- Child pornography distribution or sales
- Production of child pornography
- Coercing or manipulating a minor in creating pornographic material
- Federal child pornography charges