Technology is part of our everyday lives, but its ubiquity also means that problems arise that require a technician to fix. When we turn in our computers for repair, technicians often have unfettered access to personal information including documents, photos and videos. Most people do not engage in illegal activity online or keep compromising information on their devices, but new incentives from law enforcement could turn your computer repairman against you.
Being accused of a crime is always something to be taken seriously, but facing charges related to child-pornography certainly adds an additional layer of complexity. St. Louis residents facing charges for alleged sex offenses can take steps, however, to ensure that their impending criminal trial is fair.
Police are alleging that a man from Jefferson County had child pornography saved on a video camera that the man had sent for repairs. The man was charged with sex offenses after the allegations were filed with law enforcement.
Federal and local prosecutors take sex crimes involving children very seriously, and the general public pushes quite hard from them to do so. They are quick to prosecute and punishments can be severe. Recently, a man who lives in the greater St. Louis, Missouri, area was charged with various federal sex offenses, including digital transfer of obscene materials.
A teacher at Fort Zumwalt West Middle School in St. Charles County, Missouri, has been charged with Internet pornography crimes. The charges come after a police cyber crimes unit investigated the teacher, 38, according to officials. He was charged with possession of child pornography in Lincoln County, Missouri
A recent case from Boone County, Missouri, illustrates the positive results that can occur when a defendant charged with internet pornography crimes mounts a vigorous defense.
A Florissant, Missouri, man who worked as a high school tennis coach and substitute teacher has been indicted in federal court in St. Louis, Missouri, for allegedly engaging in Internet pornography crimes.
Defending oneself against sexual offenses can be a tall task in Missouri. When allegations are made involving children, the task gets all the tougher. A man from Ballwin, Missouri, who was a Cub Scout leader will now find that out for himself.
A Missouri man faces charges of promoting child pornography after federal agents allegedly connected images found in other states to a camera found in the man's home by local police officers. The man is also charged with first-degree invasion of privacy for manufacturing obscene material of a nude child in a shower.
People who are charged with child pornography crimes are almost instantly assumed to be guilty by many in their community. Readers in Missouri need to look no further than comments posted to online articles about arrests that have been made to see the general attitude people have about suspects in child pornography crimes.