Your Syracuse Unlawful
Pornography Attorneys

An unlawful pornography charge can have a catastrophic lifetime impact. Cambareri & Brenneck, your criminal defense team, can help.

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Syracuse Unlawful
Pornography Attorneys

Trust former prosecutors to handle your unlawful pornography case.

What Constitutes Unlawful Pornography?

In Syracuse, New York, child pornography is defined as any visual or auditory representation that portrays minors engaging in sexually explicit conduct. This encompasses photographs, videos, stories, audio recordings, and electronic or mailed messages that depict or contain material depicting minors involved in sexual activities.

Explore your legal options with an experienced and knowledgeable former prosecutor before a plea deal is entered. We take all situations into consideration to get you the best results.

What Are My Unlawful Pornography Options?

If you are facing child pornography charges in Syracuse, New York, it is crucial to consult with a knowledgeable criminal defense lawyer. An experienced attorney specializing in child pornography cases can assess your situation and devise a defense strategy. They will carefully examine all the evidence, such as search warrants, witness statements, and police reports, to build a strong defense on your behalf.

At Cambareri & Brenneck we
regularly examine whether or not:

There have been civil rights violations against our client.

The police violated search and seizure laws.

There are police misconduct issues.

There are pieces of evidence that should be suppressed.

There have been chain-of-evidence issues.

The police violated search and seizure laws.

The prosecutors have overextended with their indictment of the accused.

There are witnesses (or other evidence) that dispute the state's version of events.

Unlawful Pornography Penalties




Registration as a Sex Offender

Restraining Orders

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Case Analysis At 315.424.TEAM (8326)

Explore Your Options with Our Syracuse
Unlawful Pornography Lawyers

The most common unlawful pornography charges:

Having illicit images or videos depicting minors engaging in sexual acts.

Using digital platforms to entice, persuade, or coerce a minor into engaging in sexual activities.

Engaging in the commercial distribution and sale of explicit material involving minors.

Sharing or disseminating sexually explicit material involving minors.

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Partner, Attorney

Scott Brenneck

Partner, Attorney

(Ret.) Judge
John Centra

Special Counsel

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