Posted By Joseph Sullivan
The New York Court of Appeals drew a distinction between incidental viewing of child pornography and the active possession or procurement of the images. In the case of People of the State of New York v. James Kent, a College professor was convicted of 143 counts of possession and procurement of child pornography. He was ultimately sentenced to 1-3 years in upstate prison. However, the New York ...
Posted By Corey Sullivan
A Brooklyn elementary school teacher’s aide was out on bail after being arrested in January, on charges of possessing child pornography. The teacher’s aide, Taleek Brooks, 40, was then arrested again after federal agent’s uncovered videos from his computer of him engaging in sexual acts with students. Officials say that the videos appear to have been taken inside the school, P.S. ...