My Child Was Sexting Or Texting. If They’re Under 18, How Does That Potentially Impact Someone?
In this article, you will discover:
- How text messages to/from minors are treated in the law
Yes, this is a problem when anyone under the age of 18 sends pornographic or sexual text messages. Both the person who sent the text message, even if it is a “selfie,” and the person in possession of the text message can be charged with child pornography. If one of the people is 18 years old or older, then they will be charged as an adult, while those under the age of 18 will be charged under the juvenile statute. If you make a photograph and someone else shares it without permission, that is also a crime.
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