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Experienced & Aggressive Defense Against Prostitution Charges You Are Facing

Prostitution Lawyer in San Diego

Aggressive Defense for Prostitution & Solicitation Charges

Prostitution is the criminal offense of offering, paying or accepting money in exchange for sexual activity. While prostitution refers the exchange of money or sexual acts, solicitation of prostitution is offering or asking another person for sexual acts in exchange for money. Pandering is another offense related to prostitution that involves recruiting prostitutes and soliciting customers for prostitutes. Prostitution and solicitation are typically misdemeanor offenses, but pandering (often referred to as “pimping”) is a felony offense in California.

If you have been charged with prostitution, it is important to know about your constitutional rights and your legal options. With experience as a former prosecutor, our San Diego criminal defense attorney understands how to address these matters for our clients. We can use our understanding of both sides of the criminal process to protect your interests and defend you against a conviction. Our firm takes on prostitution and solicitation of prostitution cases throughout San Diego County.

If you require the legal experience of a trusted professional, call The Law Offices of Christopher P. Sohovich today at (619) 304-8865.

Intent & Entrapment

Cases involving prostitution can be particularly complex. Your attorney may argue that intent or entrapment were at play in your case. A defendant may have entered a massage parlor or responded to an advertisement without knowing that it involved prostitution and may now be in a situation where he or she is facing criminal charges. This is an example of a defendant’s lack of intent.

Law enforcement may have also planted an undercover officer to act as a prostitute in an attempt to get customers, which can raise questions of entrapment: It’s possible that the defendant was unlawfully coerced or persuaded into soliciting the undercover officer when they had no prior tendency for such behavior.

Regardless of your situation, we will take the time to hear your side of the story and understand the details of your case in order to prepare a strong defense on your behalf. You can count on The Law Offices of Christopher P. Sohovich to fight aggressively and seek the justice you deserve.

If you need a professional to fight against your prostitution or solicitation charges, contact us today at (619) 304-8865.

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