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what are the penalties for possession of child pronography

Normally, an individual convicted of possession of child pornography goes to prison. The amount of time the individual goes to prison is dependent upon the number of photographs that the individual had in his or her possession. If you're charged with possession of child pornography, it's important to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney to help you.

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