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Added: a month ago

What are the repercussions of possessing child pornography?

What are the repercussions to a child who have been caught possessing online child porn twice at the age of 16 and 18 years? The child was registered as a sex offender the first time, as a warning (which does not show up… (Read more)


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Samuel Michaels

Founder & Lawyer, SM Legal


Viewing, creating, or distributing child pornography is a criminal act. If you suspect an individual of engaging in this behaviour, please immediately call the police and report them.


If you have engaged in this behaviour yourself, you may benefit from contacting a lawyer or police yourself to determine your legal options.


Answered: a month ago