Representing Minors Facing Sex Crime Allegations

With the number of teens using smartphones increasing each year, sex crimes charged against individuals under the age of 18 have skyrocketed. The attorneys at Kirsch Daskas Law Group are well-versed in representing juvenile clients charged with such crimes. We have over 25 years of criminal defense experience to provide the strong case strategies and representation necessary to protect our clients' futures. We maintain strong working relationships with some of the most sought-after forensic experts in the country who specialize in technological evidence.

If your child was charged with a sex crime, call our Bloomfield Hills office at 248-792-3060 to schedule a consultation with our knowledgeable criminal defense lawyers today.

The Serious Repercussions of Sexting

Sexting is the sharing of nude or explicit photos by text message or smartphone. While Michigan doesn't have any specific legislation around sexting, it can be prosecuted under child pornography laws. Even if the image was shared between the teenagers themselves and no adults were involved, they still may face severe charges.

Child Pornography Charges

It is also possible to be charged with child pornography if the explicit photo is shared or sent to others. Many teens don't realize the serious ramifications of these actions and how it can have a large impact on their futures. Child pornography is defined as any depiction, including photos or video, of a person under 18 engaged in a sex act. A sex act is broadly defined to include nudity and touching of the private parts of the body.

Those convicted of making or distributing child pornography can face up to 20 years in prison and fines upward of $100,000. Those charged with possession of child pornography can receive up to four years in prison and fine up to $10,000 or both.

Contact Our Firm for Experienced Representation

Your child may have inadvertently fallen into serious criminal charges through thoughtless smartphone practices. Our firm strives to protect minors from the ramifications of criminal charges. We believe that a youthful indiscretion should not permanently impact their future.

Call our Michigan criminal defense attorneys at 248-792-3060 to schedule a case consultation. You may also contact Kirsch Daskas Law Group online.