If you produce, possess, distribute or sell sexually explicit materials involving or exploiting a minor, including receiving or distributing materials via the mail or Internet, you may be charged with child pornography charges.
For a first offense, it will likely be charged as a class 6 felony. If convicted, you may face up to five years in either jail or prison and a possible fine of up to $2,500. For a second and any subsequent offenses, you may face a class 5 felony, which carries with it up to 10 years in prison and a fine of up to $2,500.
If convicted of running a Web site that profits off the exploitation of children, you may face a class 4 felony, with a punishment of at least two and up to 10 years in jail as well as a possible fine up to $100,000.
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