Bret Beynon, a Franklin County [PA] assistant district attorney who specializes in juvenile prosecution, said the only charges that would be applicable could be felony possession of child pornography, which could come with the classification of [registered] sex offender if found guilty.Sounds fair. That oughta learn the little whippersnappers. Right up to and including the age of 40 when they're still trying to find a job.*
Prof. Berman's sexting round-up.
* Just trial-ballooning some ideas for my 2011 Wis. Supreme Court campaign, when I'll be running on the "110% pro-criminal" platform.