Solicitation of Prostitution
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Solicitation of prostitution, known as solicitation, entails asking for sex for money or encouraging sex for money. The actual sex act or money changing hands is not required in Florida for a solicitation arrest to be made. A crime such as this is one of the toughest to live down and people who have been convicted are often totally devastated.
You need an attorney by your side that will fight vigorously for your rights to be upheld, while also being sensitive to the pressure you are dealing with during this difficult time. Contact me, Phil Ridolfo, at The Law Offices of Phillip T. Ridolfo, Jr. I am a West Palm Beach criminal defense lawyer and I offer a free initial consultation at which time I will evaluate the circumstances of your case and offer you a range of options to consider.
Penalties for Soliciting Prostitution
The punishment for solicitation of prostitution depends on whether it is a first offense and depends also on the circumstances of arrest. Typically a first offense carries with it a penalty of up to a $500 fine and 60 days in jail. The penalty for a second offense is up to a $1000 fine and one year in jail. Besides jail time and fines, the offender can expect mandatory HIV testing and AIDS classes. Loss of employment for those who have licenses or security clearances is common as well as the disgrace heaped on you and your family. Don't hesitate; you need to make contact with me today to get started on your defense.
The lack of physical proof in solicitation cases makes them at times more difficult to prove than some of the other sex crimes. With 20 years of experience in hundreds of cases in Palm Beach County courtrooms, I have the knowhow to present a robust defense for you. At The Law Offices of Phillip T. Ridolfo, Jr., you can be assured of diligent defense and pursuit of uncovering any discrepancies or infringements of your rights during arrest.
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