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Virginia juvenile crime nets explicit photo warrant

When a person is accused of a crime, the police officers and prosecutors who are working on the case will usually try to do whatever they can to get the evidence they need to get a conviction. In a recent case in Virginia, it seems as though the officials working on the case were willing to go to unusual lengths to get the information they thought they needed.

Two teen boys convicted on sexting charges

Two Fairfax County, Virginia, boys were recently found guilty of a juvenile crime of taking and sending cellphone videos of themselves engaging in sexual conduct with girls. This behavior, sometimes called sexting, is increasingly widespread among many young people, some of whom don't realize that it is considered criminal conduct under the law when the pictures depict minors in sexual contexts, and that they may be responsible for creating and distributing child pornography, even if it is only pictures or videos of themselves in the nude.

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