Felony charges can be brought against a person here in Wisconsin if they are accused of conduct that falls under the state's definition of possession of child pornography. This is the case whether the accused is an adult or a juvenile. The state's child pornography laws apply to minors as well as adults.
One of the things police sometimes use in their investigations are databases. There are various types of databases police might turn to, including those involving DNA or fingerprints. One type of database that has been growing in its police use in recent times are photo databases.
We can probably all agree that this election season has been pretty light on hard facts. For example, it appears that some Americans have the misimpression that murder is currently at its highest rate in 45 years. In fact, just the opposite is true.
Among the big concerns a parent may have when their child has been accused of a crime, such as sexting or drug offenses, is whether their child will be able to rebound from the situation and still have a promising future. There are many potential consequences being accused of a crime could end up having for a juvenile. Which consequences end up coming out of a child’s particular case can have many impacts on a child’s future. So, what happens during a juvenile crime case can have significant ramifications. Given this, it can be important for a parent of a child accused of a crime to understand what defense options their child has.