Like all sex offenses, an individual charged with Disseminating Harmful Material to Juveniles faces stiff penalties and the possibility of public sex offender registration. Therefore, it is imperative that you have an aggressive, innovative legal defense fighting for you.
Determination of whether this crime has been committed depends to a degree on somewhat subjective definitions and conditions. For instance, a person may be convicted of Disseminating Matter Harmful to Juveniles after providing matter which is considered to be ”obscene” or “harmful to juveniles"-- terminology with meanings that certainly vary from person to person. This subjective element is dangerous in that an individual’s fate can be sealed by relatively arbitrary interpretations. In recognition of this danger, Friedman & Frey, L.L.C. places extraordinary emphasis on pre-trial motion work which can uncover numerous challenges to the Constitutionality of the charges.
The depth and experience our firm has in computer and Internet sex crimes allows us to bring powerful resources to bear on all aspects of each case. Thanks to our tireless dedication, deep knowledge of relevant technology, and case ingenuity, the clients defended by Friedman & Frey, L.L.C. know that our counsel has maximized their chances of being exonerated.