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Operation Safe Summer Kicks Off a String of Child Porn Arrests Across Florida

Florida law enforcement agencies are working together to crack down on child porn throughout the state. Child pornography charges are very serious and can carry consequences that last a lifetime. If you or a loved one is facing these serious charges, it is absolutely vital that you have the advice of an experienced Miami child pornography attorney.

Every defendant has the constitutional right to a fair and impartial jury of his or her peers. Defendants also have the constitutional right to confront the evidence and witnesses against them in order to assert a defense. In addition, it may be possible to suppress evidence that was seized illegally or in violation of the right against self-incrimination. At Stroleny Law, P.A., our experienced Miami criminal defense lawyer can protect your constitutional rights in order to prevent wrongful convictions. Call (305) 615-1285 for a free phone consultation as soon as possible.

Operation Safe Summer

The News-Press reports that several Florida law enforcement agencies have teamed up for a child porn sting going by the code name Operation Safe Summer. Starting in February 2019, the operation had already resulted in fifteen arrests through the end of May. Police even arrested a local middle school teacher who is accused of failing to report that her husband was in possession of child pornography. Another arrest resulted in the protection of two children who had been the victims of sexual abuse. While it is good to know that Florida law enforcement agencies are working to protect local children, it is also important to understand the severity of the charges they are filing. One suspect, the owner of a popular Fort Myers pizza restaurant, killed himself soon after he was charged.

Sadly, this tragic end is all too common. Defendants facing child pornography charges can be sentenced to decades in prison. They also face sex offender registration, which many defendants consider worse than prison. Depending on the level of registration, this might be as simple as registering with a local law enforcement department, or as involved as distributing fliers with the registrant’s face on them throughout the neighborhood. While these consequences can certainly seem overwhelming at the time of an initial arrest or arraignment, it is important not to give up. Consult with an experienced Miami sex crimes attorney who can help protect your constitutional rights and determine the best legal strategies for resolving the charges against you.

Call Us Today to Schedule a Free Case Evaluation with a Miami Child Pornography Defense Lawyer

The experienced Miami sex crimes attorney at Stroleny Law, P.A. has defended many child sex crimes cases and know how to identify and execute the legal strategies that will lead to the best possible outcome for your case. He also knows what specific rights you have under state and federal law and the best methods of protecting these rights. Call (305) 615-1285 or contact us online for a free phone consultation as soon as possible. Don’t delay – the sooner you consult with an experienced Miami sex crimes attorney, the more legal options you will have.

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