San Diego Prostitution Attorney
Defense Against Prostitution Allegations in San Diego, Riverside County & Orange County
Prostitution-related charges carry serious consequences that can result in a criminal record, tarnished reputation, and negative effects on personal and professional life that can persist long after the trial. These cases involve complex legal statutes and require a nuanced understanding of how the law is enforced. At Don’t Talk Legal Center, our seasoned attorney is well-versed in this area of law and is prepared to provide the assistance you need.
Reach out to our San Diego prostitution defense lawyer today. Contact us at (858) 544-1386.
Prostitution Charges and Penalties
Prostitution charges can cover a wide range of alleged activities, including:
- Performing sexual acts for money or other kinds of remuneration
- Soliciting prostitution
- Agreeing to engage in an act of prostitution
- Pimping or pandering
These actions are considered a criminal offense, and the penalties can be severe upon conviction. Penalties include hefty fines, probation, mandatory counseling, and incarceration. Regarding gun offenses, charges and penalties may be more severe if, for instance, the defendant has a history of prior offenses or commits a gun offense in conjunction with other criminal activities.
Defending Against Prostitution Charges
Our team is committed to thoroughly reviewing your case, identifying possible defenses, and determining the most suitable legal strategies for your situation. We have extensive experience in challenging the sufficiency of the evidence, asserting rights violations during the arrest process, and highlighting procedural errors, among other defenses.
Engaging with the legal system in cases involving prostitution charges can be a complex and daunting task. However, with the guidance of our prostitution defense attorney, you can face these challenges with confidence and a robust defense strategy.
At Don’t Talk Legal Center, our legal team is proficient in the various defenses that can be used in prostitution cases. These include:
- Insufficient evidence. This defense argues that the evidence presented is insufficient to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.
- Entrapment. This defense claims that law enforcement officers coerced someone into committing a crime they wouldn't have otherwise.
- Mistake of fact. This defense argues that the defendant misunderstood or was mistaken about certain facts, which led to their alleged criminal behavior.
- Lack of intent. This defense asserts that the defendant did not intend to commit the alleged crime.
Each case is distinct and necessitates a tailored approach. It is vital to engage a legal team that understands the intricacies of your specific situation and can customize a defense strategy accordingly.
Legal Assistance from Don’t Talk Legal Center
Working with an experienced prostitution defense lawyer from our team can significantly help you navigate the legal intricacies associated with prostitution charges. Our team can carefully analyze your case and explore potential defenses. Once we determine the best defense approach for your situation, we will prepare your case and represent you from start to finish.
Don’t Talk Legal Center is known for our prompt response times, ensuring that all calls are returned within 5 minutes. We strive to get every case dismissed and remain focused on results.
Contact us today to schedule your free consultation with our San Diego prostitution defense lawyer. Contact us online or at (858) 544-1386.