In the state of Kansas, it is illegal to offer or accept money in exchange for sexual intercourse of any kind. The governing Kansas State statute is K.S.A. 21-3512. Prostitution is a class B misdemeanor under the sentencing statute K.S.A. §21-6611, which means that, should a person be charged with this crime, they may be faced with up to six months in jail, as well as a maximum fine of $1,000.
It is important to get the help you need from the Johnson County criminal defense attorney at Martin & Wallentine, LLC if you are facing accusations of prostitution.
Defense Strategies for Charges of Prostitution
A member of the legal team at Martin & Wallentine could gather all relative evidence and present a convincing argument, proving that you were not the individual in question and/or that you are innocent of the crime, preventing you from being penalized for a crime you didn't commit.
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To learn what an Johnson County criminal defense attorney from our firm could do for you, call our offices at your earliest convenience and schedule an appointment for a complimentary consultation. During this evaluation, we can review the details of your situation and help you determine what course of action is best for you. We could also provide skilled and excellent representation.
Attorney Wallentine has previous experience as a professional speaker and is skilled in persuasion, giving him the ability to present uniquely strong arguments on your behalf.
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