HAMMOND | Christopher Bour pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court Thursday to five felony counts involving the production and possession of pornography involving a child younger than 12 years old.
HAMMOND | An East Chicago man has been sentenced to 17½ years in federal prison for producing child pornography.
A strong word of commendation goes to St. Matthias Parish for chairing the prayerful and thought-provoking rally, "Defend Human Dignity", held at the Courthouse Square in Crown Point.
CROWN POINT | More than 70 people gathered Saturday on the lawn of the Old Lake County Courthouse to pray for an end to pornography and to answer a call to action.
A Valparaiso man filed a plea agreement with federal prosecutors Tuesday, admitting to receiving child pornography.
HAMMOND | A Gary man pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court to receiving child pornography.
HAMMOND | A Hammond man faces one federal count of possessing child pornography after officials found numerous explicit images on an external hard drive, authorities said.
HAMMOND | A Valparaiso man who formerly worked with developmentally disabled children was sentenced to more than 17 years in federal prison for downloading and sharing child pornography.
HAMMOND | A federal judge Wednesday ordered a convicted child pornographer to pay his victim a fraction of what prosecutors sought in restitution.
INDIANAPOLIS | Younger Hoosiers may no longer face child pornography charges for sending each other sexually explicit photographs of themselves via cellular phone, a practice known as sexting.
SPRINGFIELD | Although Illinois lawmakers were unable to agree on a plan to extricate the state from its financial quagmire, they did go bananas in approving a slew of new laws.
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