Sexting in New Jersey: Is It A Big Deal?

After spending days endlessly swiping on dating apps, you’re finally matched with the girl of your dreams. Or so you thought. You two have been talking for a few weeks now, but haven’t found time to actually meet in person yet. That’s okay though because you have been sending selfies back and forth between each other to make up for it. Day after day, you two seem to be hitting it off even more. The selfies then turn into pictures that are a little more revealing than just a smile. Then all of sudden you get a knock on the door. It’s the police. They’re placing you under arrest for child pornography. It turns out the “girl of your dreams” was actually 16 – not the age she was in her dating app profile. Does this situation sound all too familiar? It should. This type of sexting happens all the time in New Jersey and across the United States. Sexting is the act of sending or receiving nude or sexually explicit images or video through…

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