Defending Clients Charged With Solicitation
Prostitution, also known as solicitation is categorized as disorderly conduct that usually leads to a 15-day or more jail sentence. In recent years, police officers and other enforcement agencies have acquired new methods of detaining individuals in prostitution cases. A common method is an undercover policeman posing as a prostitute, luring would-be customers into a bedroom and then arresting them for prostitution. There are also so-called prostitution ring breakups, where police officers pose as customers seeking to pay for sexual favors within a massage parlor or a personal escort company. In recent years, police officers posing as customers on Internet-based sites have led to prostitution arrests.
Arizona Solicitation Defense Attorney
Being charged with a pandering offense such as prostitution leaves a negative mark on your criminal record that may affect your future employment opportunities. Few employers would likely want to hire an individual charged with prostitution. This incident and offense may also not be very reflective of the true character of the arrested individual.
Having represented individuals charged with prostitution, Phoenix prostitution charge attorney, Vladimir Gagic thoroughly investigates the case including the background and criminal history of the individual, and aggressively defends clients' cases.
At the law offices of Vladimir Gagic, we fight the case and attempt to obtain a diversion instead of a criminal offense. We work towards having the charges dismissed and avoiding a jail sentence.
If you are under investigation for, or have been charged with prostitution, contact our office today for more information on how we can help you.
Contact a Phoenix, Arizona, Lawyer Today
If you are seeking legal representation or would like more information about our services, contact the law offices of Vladimir Gagic today to schedule a consultation. You can reach us at 602-635-1536, toll free at 855-843-6274 (855-THE MARINE) or by contacting us online.