First, an adult who receives or shares a nude or sexual image of a child under the age of 18 can be charged with possessing or sending child pornography.
Some states have enacted defenses against child pornography charges for (sometimes including kids up to 19 years old) who engage in sexting, but such defenses do not apply to older adults.
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However, that does not mean that adults can freely engage in sexting.
There are circumstances under which sexting by adults could result in criminal charges.
Child pornography laws can be very harsh; many impose years in prison for each image.
Furthermore, in almost all states, adults convicted of child pornography offenses are required to register as sex offenders.
Failing to register when required to do so is also a crime.Any criminal conviction can have very serious consequences, but the stakes are even higher when the crime is a sex offense involving a child.Only an experienced criminal defense attorney can provide you with appropriate legal advice and inform you of the potential consequences, including whether a conviction could result in sex offender registration.Certain states have laws specific to sexting between minors.Between consenting adults, the private sharing of nude or suggestive photos is generally not illegal.