Computer Crimes Hillsborough County
A man is accused of possessing child porn on his computer. What happens next?
He needs a criminal defense lawyer who can defend his case in the court system in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. That person is Michael Anzalone, who has a law firm located in Nashua.
Having a local attorney who knows the lay of the land is one of the best decisions you'll make once you've been arrested in Hillsborough County. At The Anzalone Law Firm, we are well-versed in the local court system, and we know the parties involved in criminal cases. The judges. The law enforcement officials. The prosecutors.
So, in the case cited above, the 43-year-old man was arrested in December 2017 and accused of 15 charges of possessing child porn on various computer files. Because of the serious nature of this crime, which involved children, the case went before a Hillsborough County grand jury.
Remember, whether you are in Hillsborough County or anywhere else in New Hampshire, officials are harsh on any crimes involving children. Especially when the crime involved child pornography.
Child porn is one of the most common types of computer crime. Again, if police have accused you of possessing child porn on a computer, the first thing you should do is call Nashua, New Hampshire, criminal defense attorney Michael Anzalone.
Anzalone has represented multiple clients on computer crime charges across Hillsborough County.
At our law firm, we understand these kinds of charges and what is at stake if you are convicted. We will do our best to convey this to you, while working hard to seek the best possible outcome for you.
We don't judge you, no matter the charges you are facing. Our feeling is this. We work for you and our goal is to get a ruling that is most favorable to you.
After learning all of the circumstances of your case, we may feel it is in your best interests to plead guilty to the charges against you, or to perhaps to lesser charges. This would happen in exchange for a plea deal with prosecutors, which would in all likelihood give you either a suspended sentence or a lesser term in prison. This is often followed by probation. And you may also have to pay some fines and fees.
Remember, in Hillsborough County, computer crimes against children are treated harshly, as you might expect. This means it is in your best interest to stay out of chat rooms where you could possible communicate with minors. If you are having a conversation that is sexual in nature with a minor, you could be setting yourself up for some serious trouble.
The Certain Uses of Computer Services Prohibited statute, says no one can knowingly use a computer internet service to "seduce, lure, or entice a child (a person under 16) or another person believed by the person to be a child to commit a sexual offense, indecent exposure or endangering the welfare of a child."
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If you are talking to someone under the age of 13, this can quickly become a Class A felony that could land you in prison for up to 10 to 20 years. Other charges bring a Class B felony classification. In both cases, the guilty person is required to register as a sex offender.
If you'd like to have a free consultation with Michael Anzalone, please contact us at our office in Nashua.