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Soliciting, Accosting, or Inviting to Commit Prostitution
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Charged With a Prostitution?
In Detroit metro and surrounding area, we provide aggressive defense to clients facing charges involving prostitution. Without effective criminal defense attorney, a prostitution can turn into a misdemeanor or felony conviction and serious penalties such as:
Mandatory minimum fine and cost
For foreigners (immigration consequences)
In order to prove a person actually engaged in the act of prostitution, the DA must show three elements of the crime. Those elements are:
1.The Person acted willfully,
2.The Person engaged in sexual intercourse or some other lewd act,
3.The Person did so in exchange for money.
You may have been the victim of police entrapment or coercion, a hotel or motel "sting," a planted Craigslist ad on the Internet, a case of mistaken identity or the misfortune of simply having been in the wrong place at the wrong time. A statement you made may have been misconstrued. Any number of misunderstandings can lead to an arrest for prostitution.
Entrapment, for example, occurs when a police officer goes undercover as a prostitute and arrests someone who appears interested in receiving sexual services in exchange for money. However, if you found yourself in this position, call us as soon as possible.
When you have been charged with a prostitution offense, you need a competent and aggressive attorney by your side, working for you every step of the way. To find out more about how we can help you, you can fill out our contact form or you can call us at 313-982-0010 to schedule your free consultation and learn about your options and your rights.
24300 Southfield, Suite 210
Southfield, MI 48075
Toll FREE: 1-866-797-6644