Solicitation

Solicitation

Prostitution is defined as the giving or receiving of sex or sexual acts in exchange for money or another form of compensation. Prostitution or solicitation charges can be brought against you for a number of offenses, including: Owning, establishing, maintaining or operating a place or building, for the purpose of prostitution. Offering or agreeing to secure another person for the purpose of prostitution. Receiving or agreeing to receive a person into any place or building, for the purpose of prostitution, or permitting a person to remain there for that reason. Directing, taking or transporting, or offering to or agreeing to direct, take, or transport, a person to a place or building with knowledge that the purpose is for prostitution. Offering to commit, or committing or engaging in prostitution. Soliciting, inducing, enticing, or procuring another person to commit prostitution. Residing in, entering, or remaining in, any place or building for the purpose of prostitution. Aiding, abetting or participating in any of the aforementioned acts. Purchasing the services of any person engaged in prostitution.

In addition, it is illegal to commit or engage in any of these acts for the purpose of assignation, meaning to make an appointment or engagement for prostitution; or any act in furtherance of such an appointment or engagement.

Former Prosecutors Protecting the Rights of People Accused of Solicitation

If you have been charged with prostitution or solicitation, call us today for a free consultation at (877) 560-4440. We will answer all of your questions, address your concerns and discuss all of your legal options.