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In this section, our Colorado criminal defense attorneys discuss the elements of each crime. Then we explain effective ways to defend against the charge, and what penalties a conviction may carry.Browse our Crimes A-Z LibraryGetting arrested for DUI does not mean you will be convicted. Police misconduct, defective breathalyzers and crime lab mistakes may be enough to get your charges lessened or dismissed. Visit our page on Colorado DUI Laws to learn more.Browse our DUI Defense LibraryIt is normal to be frightened and overwhelmed following an arrest. Therefore our lawyers are devoted to demystifying major topics in Colorado criminal defense law.Browse our Videos on ColoradoCall us 24/7855.396.0370Nevada child pornography laws prohibit the production, promotion, and possession of any sexual depiction of minors. The punishment depends on the specific crime the defendant is charged with:Child pornography is an "intent crime" in Nevada. Therefore, charges should be dismissed if the prosecutor cannot prove that the defendant meant to possess, promote or produce kiddie porn.Nevada does not permit record sealing for child pornography convictions. And non-citizens found guilty of it may be deported from the U.S.On this page, our Las Vegas criminal defense attorneys answer frequently-asked-questions about Nevada child pornography laws. Click on a topic to go to that section:Child pornography (or "kiddie porn") in Nevada is a display of sexual conduct involving minors meant to appeal to a viewer's baser instincts.  Sexual conduct means either:Child pornography can take the form of photos, videos/ films, plays, and/or any other kind of visual representation or performance.2In determining whether a person depicted in pornography is indeed a minor, a Nevada court or jury may:Nevada prohibits possessing, advertising, or creating child pornography in Nevada.Two common defenses to fight child pornography charges in Nevada are "lack of intent" and "lack of pornography":A defendant is innocent of child pornography if he/she did not knowingly promote, advertise or possess child pornography.4Example: Jed lives in Las Vegas and receives a child porn magazine in the mail that he did not order nor expect. He calls the police right away to report incident. Since Jed did not knowingly acquire the child porn and alerted authorities as soon as possible, he should not be prosecuted for possessing child porn.Similarly, a person who casts a minor actor in a pornographic movie but had every reason to believe the actor was an adult committed no crime. As long as the prosecution cannot prove beyond a reasonable doubt the defendant acted knowingly, criminal charges should not stand.There may be a genuine debate about whether the material in question qualifies as child pornography. Perhaps the material is not sexual and instead has serious literary, artistic, political or scientific value. If the prosecution cannot prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the material is child pornography, then Nevada's child porn laws should not apply and the case should be dropped.5Anyone convicted of child pornography in Nevada is required to register as a sex offender.6 The prison sentences and fines depend on whether the defendant is convicted of (1) producing, (2) advertising, (3) possessing, or (4) using the internet to watch child pornography, which are separate offenses in Nevada.7Note that it may be possible for a criminal defense attorney to get child pornography cases dismissed or reduced to a lesser crime with no sex offender registration.NRS 200.710 and 200.720 make knowingly using or promoting the use of a child in pornography a category A felony in Nevada.8 The penalties are:If the child was fourteen (14) or older at the time of production, eligibility parole begins after five (5)  years have been served. If the child was under fourteen (14) at the time, parole eligibility begins after ten (10) years.9Note that penalties still apply even if the pornography is produced for personal use and with no intention to sell, exhibit or distribute it.10NRS 200.725 makes knowingly advertising child porn a category B felony in Nevada, punishable by:NRS 200.730 makes knowingly possessing child pornography of children under sixteen (16) a category B felony, carrying:A second or subsequent offense of child porn possession in Nevada is a category A felony, punishable byNRS 200.727 makes knowingly using the internet with intent to view pornography with a child under 16 a category C felony in Nevada carrying:A second or subsequent offense is a category B felony, carrying: If child porn case gets dismissed (meaning there is no conviction), the case can be sealed right away. Otherwise, Nevada does not permit sealing child porn cases.14Yes, child pornography is a deportable offense.Child pornography is considered a crime involving moral turpitude in Nevada. Consequently, aliens who have been convicted of child pornography may be deported from the U.S.Foreigners charged with child pornography crimes are advised to retain experienced counsel as soon as possible. An attorney may be able to get the case dismissed or charges reduced to a non-removable offense. Learn more about the criminal defense of immigrants.15Depending on the facts of the case, defendants in child porn cases may face additional charges for the following offenses:For more information, see our article on Nevada child sex crimes.Then do not wait to phone our Las Vegas child pornography attorneys at 702-DEFENSE (702-333-3673) for a free consultation. Our Las Vegas criminal defense attorneys will negotiate with prosecutors to try to dismiss or plead down your charges.¿Habla español? Visita nuestra página web en español sobre leyes de pornografía infantil Nevada.For information about California law, see our article on California child pornography laws.• Will I get deported for a “child pornography” charge in Nevada? • Can I seal my “child pornography” case from my criminal records in Nevada? • Can I get my “child pornography” charge reduced to a lesser offense in Nevada? • Is it possible to win a “child pornography” case at jury trial in Nevada? Can I just explain to the D.A. why I am not guilty of “child pornography” in Nevada? Can I get my “child pornography” charge dismissed in Nevada?Most responses within 5 minutes Please stand by. A member of our staff usually responds within a few minutesPlease complete all required fields below.Most responses within 5 minutes.Thank you for contacting us. We will get back to you shortly.Please complete all required fields below.Featured on:Featured on:Our attorneys want to hear your side of the story. 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By Jack Doyle for the Daily Mail Published: 00:41, 16 May 2013 | Updated: 01:06, 16 May 2013 145View commentsBody-mounted cameras could help police on the beat to convict more criminals, Theresa May said yesterday.The widespread use of small recording devices pinned to officers’ lapels would encourage more guilty pleas once offenders are confronted with footage of their actions, the Home Secretary said.They also ensure that time-consuming ‘vexatious’ complaints by known yobs against officers are promptly dismissed, she added.The Home Secretary said body-mounted cameras would help police convict more criminals. Pictured, Metropolitan Police officers with cameras attached to their hatsThousands of police are already routinely using the devices, but Mrs May endorsed their roll-out across every force in England and Wales.Her comments were welcomed by rank-and-file police groups, who said cameras helped convict drunken yobs who denied violent or abusive behaviour when hauled to court. However, privacy groups said the cameras could undermine trust between the police and the public and branded them an ‘underhand surveillance tactic’.Emma Carr, deputy director of  privacy and civil liberties campaign group Big Brother Watch, said: ‘The use of body-worn cameras has the potential to seriously undermine trust between the police and members of the community.‘It is far from clear why the police need this kind of equipment, and  the police should concentrate their efforts on engaging with the local community to tackle the issues of anti-social behaviour rather than resorting to underhand surveillance tactics.’ Lightweight lapel cameras can record several hours of footage and sound and be switched on and off by officers when needed. The lightweight cameras are already used by five police forces in the UKHome Secretary Theresa May said cameras can increase the number of guilty pleasFive English forces – Hampshire, Northamptonshire, Sussex, Thames Valley and Avon and Somerset – are already using them. They are also used in Scotland.Mrs May told the Police Federation annual conference in Bournemouth: ‘Evidence from Scotland suggests that evidence from body-worn cameras can increase the number of early guilty pleas to the extent that 90 per cent of suspects confronted by that evidence plead guilty early.‘They can also help by eliminating vexatious complaints from known troublemakers – something I know causes a lot of unnecessary stress and wastes too much time.’ Steve White, deputy chairman of the Police Federation, said cameras were useful when dealing with drunken yobs who then arrived at court ‘suited and booted’ and disputed officers’ accounts.‘The cameras provide best evidence for police officers and make clear to the court what actually happened,’ he said.In her speech, Mrs May also condemned police officers who bring ‘frivolous’ legal claims against the public and warned that the fear of being sued could make citizens reluctant to dial 999.It is ‘simply not the sort of attitude police officers should exhibit’ she said – a reference to the case of Norfolk PC Kelly Jones who planned to sue a garage owner after tripping on a kerb while responding to a 999 call.Mrs May also confirmed plans to prevent officers resigning to avoid disciplinary measures and agreed to publish the names of those who have been dismissed for misconduct.Claims that police were downgrading offences were dismissed – with the national crime survey used as evidence that crime is now at an all-time low.And proposals to give whole-life jail terms to cop killers were met with applause. ‘To attack and kill a police officer is to attack the fundamental basis of our society,’ she said. Share what you think The comments below have not been moderated. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline. We are no longer accepting comments on this article.Published by Associated Newspapers LtdPart of the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday & Metro Media Group





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