Sexually explicit websites
It is both a federal and state crime for a person to knowingly fail to register or update his or her registration as required by law.
You can gain access to the National Sex Offender Public Website (NSOPW) that includes links to the registry for all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Child Pornography and the First Amendment Some have argued, rather unsuccessfully, that child pornography should be protected under the First Amendment to the United States Constitution.
Offenders may be prosecuted under federal, state or both jurisdictions for any child pornography offense. Federal Laws A federal child pornography crime such as possession, manufacturing, distribution, or "access with intent to view," typically involves the illegal activity crossing state lines such as on the Internet or through the mail.
An attorney can protect your rights and may be able to help resolve your case early on in the process.
There are experienced criminal defense attorneys in your area who are able to help and will even provide a free review of your case.
This website contains information, links, images and videos of sexually explicit material.
If you are under the age of 21, if such material offends you or if it's illegal to view such material in your community please do not continue.
While many of these crimes involve federal law, local authorities will know where to route the investigation. Start with a Free Case Review Whether falling under federal or state law, child pornography crimes are serious and carry very long sentences, including possible lifetime mandatory sex registration.