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Date: 01-17-2021

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United States of America v. Leonard Edward Riley

Case Number: 5:20-cr-00040-DCR-MAS

Judge: Danny Reeves

Court: United States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky (Urban County)

Plaintiff's Attorney: United States District Attorney’s Office, Lexington, Kentucky

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Description: Lexington, Kentucky transportation of child pornography charge criminal defense lawyer represented Defendant, Leonard Edward Riley, 45, who was charged with transporting child pornography using the Internet.

Riley admitted that on July 30, 2017, he was in possession of 23 images and two videos of child pornography on his smart phone. These images depicted children under 12 engaged in sexually explicit conduct. Riley further admitted that he knew the images he received, possessed, and transported through his computer involved minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct.

18:2252(a)(2) DISTRIBUTION OF VISUAL DEPICTIONS INVOLVING MINORS ENGAGED IN SEXUALLY EXPLICIT CONDUCT USING A MEANS OF INTERSTATE COMMERCE
(1)
18:2252(a)(1)TRANSPORTATION OF VISUAL DEPICTIONS INVOLVING MINORS ENGAGED IN SEXUALLY EXPLICIT CONDUCT USING A MEANS OF INTERSTATE COMMERCE
(1s)
18:2252(a)(4)(B)POSSESSION OF A MATTER CONTAINING VISUAL DEPICTIONS OF MINORS ENGAGED IN SEXUALLY EXPLICIT CONDUCT WHICH MATTER HAD BEEN TRANSPORTED IN INTERSTATE COMMERCE
(2)
18:2252(a)(4)(B)POSSESSION OF A MATTER CONTAINING VISUAL DEPICTIONS OF MINORS ENGAGED IN SEXUALLY EXPLICIT CONDUCT WHICH MATTER HAD BEEN TRANSPORTED IN INTERSTATE COMMERCE
(2s)

Outcome: Defendant pleaded guilty. He faces a minimum of five years and a maximum of 20 years in prison. However, any sentence will be imposed by the Court, after its consideration of the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines and the federal sentencing statutes.

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