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‘Solicitation and Prostitution’

Solicitation and Prostitution

Solicitation of Prostitution Defense Solicitation of prostitution and other related charges are often embarrassing to the defendant and many times damage their personal/work relationships. If you have been arrested for offering to exchange money for sex, whether it was an undercover agent or because of involvement in a sting operation, it is imperative to find an aggressive attorney who has experience in defending these types of cases. A good defense starts before the State Attorney’s Office even has a chance to file the charges it has received from the arresting officer. Those arrested in cases of this type may be charged with one or more of the following: 796.04: Forcing, compelling, or coercing another to become a prostitute 796.045: Sex trafficking; penalties 796.05: Deriving support from the proceeds of prostitution 796.06: Renting space to be used for lewdness, assignation, or prostitution 796.07: Prohibiting prostitution, etc.; evidence; penalties; definitions 796.08: Screening for HIV and sexually transmissible diseases; providing penalties 796.09: Coercion; civil cause of action; evidence; defenses; attorney’s fees   The rate of arrests for prostitution-related cases has been steadily decreasing in the State of Florida, since… Read More