Prostitution laws make it a crime in most states to offer, agree to or engage in a sexual act for compensation. Depending upon applicable state law, the stages of a typical prostitution transaction can involve charges against the provider of the services ("prostitution"), the customer paying for the services ("solicitation") and any middleman ("pandering" or "pimping").
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Prostitution Defense Considerations
Prostitution convictions result in a criminal record and a social stigma that can limit your ability to find employment and can cause lifelong harm to your personal reputation and relationships. Convictions can lead to prison time.
Prostitution defense is different from other types of criminal defense, even other types of sex crimes defense. A defense team must conduct extensive witness interviews, as well as obtaining and interpreting financial records. The goals of the prosecution are also important, as pandering charges made against one person may actually be an attempt to build a case against someone else.
The Chase Law Group specializes in sex crimes at both the state and federal level. We have achieved impressive results in the defense of prostitution charges. Call us at any time at (800) 209-4331 for a free and confidential consultation. Early intervention is critical to obtaining the best results.