Pandering may be charged when you have allegedly done any of the following:
- Taken a nude photo of a minor who is not your child, or created any kind of performance that shows them nude
- Consented to another person taking a nude photo of your minor child
- Possessed or viewed anything that shows a nude minor who is not your child
Depending on the nature of the allegation and the offender’s criminal record, pandering can be a second degree felony, punishable by up to eight years in prison.
Being charged with a sex crime can carry permanent consequences. If convicted, a sex crime can result in incarceration, as well as required registration as a sex offender in the state of Ohio. Anyone convicted of a sex crime must fight against a lifelong stigma, making it difficult to maintain employment, housing or permanent relationships. To ensure that your freedom is in good hands, it is vital to secure knowledgeable legal representation as quickly as possible.
At Soroka & Associates, we provide our clients with aggressive, experienced representation against sex crime charges. We will tirelessly pursue the best possible outcome for you so that you can get your life back on track. All options for a defense strategy will be considered, including false accusations, tainted evidence, mistakes by the police, and others.
Our attorneys are available to you 24/7 to make sure that your rights are protected. We also offer evening and weekend appointments to better serve our clients. It is crucial to retain the services of an attorney that ensures your case is treated with the priority it deserves. Contact Soroka & Associates contact us at (614) 358-6525 to set up a free consultation today.