Child pornography

Criminal lawyers defend clients charged with child pornography crimes (possession, distribution, production of and access to child pornography.Child pornography crimes are covered by Section 163.1 of the Criminal Code of Canada, and all involve a minimum prison sentence. The definition of what is child pornography is also found under Section 163.1 of the Criminal Code.What are the possible defenses to charges of child pornography? The criminal defense lawyer has to

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Therapy and its impact on the sentence imposed on a sex offender

It may happen that a client charged with a sexual offence, such as sexual assault, sexual contact or possession of child pornography, acknowledges having committed the actions for which he is charged. A criminal lawyer can discuss with his client about the possibility of undergoing a therapy program, such as the one provided by the Centre de consultation sexologique intégrée. Participation in a therapy is a factor that the Court

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