Solicitation of a Prostitute

New Jersey Prostitute Solicitation Lawyer

Solicitation of a prostitute is a sex crime. As a sex crime, a conviction can lead to jail time, fines and registration as a sex offender. The possible publicity from a conviction can also have a negative effect on your life. Even a guilty plea can lead to newspaper articles that expose your personal life and harm your professional reputation.

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Charges for Solicitation of a Prostitute

In New Jersey, solicitation of a prostitute and prostitution are charged as the same crime, known as solicitation and prostitution. To be convicted of the charge of prostitution the prosecution must prove that you offered or accepted money in exchange for sexual services. Sexual services can include any number of sexual activities, ranging from intercourse to sexual touching.

Penalties for Conviction of Solicitation of a Prostitute

If it is your first conviction for prostitution, you could face six months in jail and up to $1,000 in fines. For every subsequent offense, conviction carries up to 18 months in prison and fines up to $10,000. You could also lose your driver's license.

Additionally, if you are convicted of solicitation and prostitution in New Jersey, you may need to register as a sex offender. Megan's Law requires those convicted of specific sex crimes to register their personal information with their local community. This means that your neighbors will know that you were convicted of a crime.

Hire a Criminal Defense Attorney in Union - Middlesex - Monmouth - Essex County New Jersey

I have the experience necessary to fight these charges. I have had success reducing my clients' penalties and negotiating plea agreements. Let me use my experience to help you. Contact me, a criminal defense attorney in New Jersey, to discuss your case.