If you or someone you know has been accused or charged with possessing indecent images of children then you may already be aware how serious the outcome might be.
Specialist legal advice is crucial to ensure that if these accusations are false you can clear your name and ensure you can move past your current situation. DPP Law have a team of expert criminal defence solicitors ready to provide guidance and support.
How can DPP Law help?
If you have been accused of possessing or even distributing indecent images or videos it can depend on the nature of the content and the amount of content that you have possessed or shared. DPP Law can help for the following accusations or charges:
- Possession of indecent images
- Creation of a pseudo-photograph or manipulation of indecent images
- Sharing indecent images and videos online
What can you expect when accused of possessing or distributing indecent images?
The crime itself can usually be determined by the accused either taking, making, sharing or possessing the indecent images themselves, with the images being of children under the age of 18.
While the charge is usually reserved for those perpetrators over the age of 18 possessing indecent images, it can also include persons under the age of 18 circulating images of themselves or peers that are sexual in nature.
This is a very serious crime to be accused of and can often lead to lengthy jail time if the accused is convicted. If you have been falsely accused then you will need to seek legal advice immediately.
Being accused of possessing indecent images can be life-changing and very damaging to your personal and professional life, especially for family and friends too. Get in touch with DPP Law today.