While many believe that solicitation of a prostitute is the "victimless crime," being charged and convicted of this can destroy your life.
Solicitation of a prostitute, also known as patronizing a prostitute, can result in:
- Other serious consequences
You need to protect your life and career by calling our law firm to speak with an experienced Olathe criminal defense attorney.
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We have defended numerous clients charged with solicitation of a prostitute. In many cases, our clients are highly respected professionals, business executives, and doctors who were caught by police through a prostitution sting operation. This is when a law enforcement officer poses as a prostitute and then busts the suspect right before anything sexual actually occurs. Often, this is the first time that our clients have been arrested in their life. The sex crimes defense lawyers at our law firm have significant experience in successfully helping their discrete clients navigate through these legal murky waters.
Kansas State Solicitation Laws
In the Kansas Statutes, patronizing a prostitute is outlawed in K.S.A. § 21-6421. As a class C misdemeanor, the penalty is up to one month in jail and a maximum fine of $500. These may not seem too harsh, but your reputation could still be damaged. Fight your charges today by hiring a criminal defense lawyer from our Olathe, KS criminal defense law firm.
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Many local prosecutors are now attempting to limit prostitution crimes and "protect women" by actively attacking the "Johns." Overland Park, Lenexa, and Kansas City have been especially aggressive at pursuing prostitution charges. We have successfully represented many clients accused of patronizing a prostitute and could obtain the favorable results you need.
If you have been accused of soliciting a prostitute, or prostitution, contact our law firm now to speak with an experienced Olathe sex crime attorney and schedule your case evaluation.
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