CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYER IN PEEKSKILL - MAJOR CASE RESULTS
Being arrested and charged with
Child Pornography in Westchester County, NY brings not only the threat of serious penalties
and sentences, these charges also create a great deal of media coverage
that can tarnish a person’s reputation and name, especially if that
person is wrongfully accused. Since the sentences and penalties in these
types of cases can vary depending on the facts and whether the charges
are filed in State or Federal Court, it is imperative that you have a
criminal defense attorney who has the experience to defend your interests
regardless of whether the charges are for promotion (NY Penal Law 263.10)
or possession (NY Penal Law 263.11) of child pornography.
Riebling, Proto & Sachs, LLP are
criminal defense attorneys in Peekskill, NY who draw on their combined decades of experience and
insight as former prosecutors in Westchester County, NY to help clients
who are accused of possessing or distributing child pornography or any
other crime in Westchester County.
Contact our criminal defense attorneys in
Peekskill, NY for a free consultation and find out how we can protect you and your rights.
Immediate appointments available, call (914) 946-4808.
CHILD PORNOGRAPHY CASE IN BRIARCLIFF MANOR DISMISSED
Criminal defense lawyer
Stephen Riebling recently represented a client in the Briarcliff Manor Justice Court charged
with numerous felony counts of possessing and promoting child pornography.
The case alleged, among other things, the use of peer to peer software
and networks to download and share the materials. The Westchester County
detectives executed search warrants and seized a number of computers,
hard drives and other personal electronic devices.
Under New York Penal Law 263.10 sharing and downloading child pornography
is a Class D felony. Under New York Penal Law 263.11, possessing an obscene
sexual performance by a child is a class E felony. If you are convicted
of these offenses, your sentence may include up to 4 years in prison,
a probation term of 10 years, and a fine. In addition, promoting or possessing
an obscene sexual performance by a child is classified as a "registrable"
offense. This means that if you are convicted you will be placed on sex
offender registration list for at least 20 years.
Riebling, Proto & Sachs, LLP worked tirelessly on behalf of their client
and the charges filed in Briarcliff Manor were ultimately dismissed. In
addition to avoiding a substantial New York State prison sentence, the
client’s substantial bail was exonerated (returned) and he was able
to retrieve his passport.
If you’ve been charged with child pornography in Westchester County,
NY, you need the criminal defense attorneys of Riebling, Proto & Sachs,
LLP defending you and on your side! Let our experience and strong track
record of successful case results work for you.
Contact Us to find out more. Call for a free consultation (914) 946-4808.