Lawrenceville Prostitution Lawyer
Charged with Prostitution in Gwinnett County?
Prostitution occurs when a person commits an act of sexual intercourse,
or offers to commit the act, or agrees to have sexual intercourse with
another person in exchange for monetary compensation. While prostitution
may be a crime in virtually every state including Georgia, it is considered
a misdemeanor and penalty for prostitution is not as severe as sexual
assault crimes like
sex with a minor.
Prostitution charges can be filed under a variety of circumstances. Most
notable are prostitutes who can be seen on the streets, waiting for passers-by
who may be interested in paying for sexual intercourse. This type of solicitation
sex crime also occurs in designated locations such as hotels, and the
owners of these establishments can also be charged with providing a place
for prostitution. This is illegal and although the penalty is a misdemeanor
and is lighter than felony crimes, for example, there are penalties that
extend beyond the criminal courts. If you or someone you know has been
charged with prostitution, please contact Attorney Booker at the firm
soon to discuss your options for defense.
Protecting Your Reputation
Although the criminal penalty for prostitution may not be as severe as
penalties for other crimes like sexual assault or rape, it is still a serious
criminal offense with personal and professional repercussions. The dark cloud of a prostitution
charge can follow an innocent person for years to come, and it’s
important to minimize that damage as much as possible. Finding the right
lawyer to defend prostitution charges in Gwinnett County is paramount
to building a proper defense. The Law Office of Robert L. Booker has a
wide breadth of knowledge gained about defending those charged with prostitution,
and will confidently represent your case to give you the best chance of
finding success and avoiding fines or even jail time. Call us today for a
free case evaluation!