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Prostitution or Solicitation Charges

Prostitution or Solicitation Charges Carry Serious Penalties in Metro Detroit, and You Need an Aggressive Defense Lawyer to Beat Them

In Detroit, prostitution or solicitation crimes carry the possibility of jail time. The public scorns these cases, and so do the prosecutors. A second offense can put you on the sex offender registration list. You need a firm that knows how to handle these types of charges.

When an individual offers or agrees to sexual services in exchange for money, an undercover law enforcement agent may respond to his or her solicitations. When an individual engages in a particular type of contact or explicit solicitation of funds, a charge can be brought.

If You Have Been Charged with Prostitution or Solicitation in Michigan, Protecting Your Rights is a Must

With over 35 years of combined experience and comprehensive knowledge of these types of crimes, our Farmington Hills-based team of attorneys is ready to aggressively defend against any Michigan residents from prostitution charges involving:

  • Pandering
  • Prostitution and solicitation
  • Escorting
  • Pimping

Our Law firm has the skills, experience, and reputation with the courts that routinely get cases thrown out and dismissed.

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Contact Us Today

Time is critical when facing any criminal charge. To protect your rights and build the best case, you need the right team to help guide you through the legal hurdles set up to take your money, reputation, and freedom. Call us today, and we will help you fight back.

(248) 855-0911
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Our Defense Attorneys Build Winning Strategies to Beat a Prostitution or Solicitation Charge in Michigan

There are several tactics for defeating a prostitution or solicitation charge in Michigan. First, our firm will determine if the police engaged in any form of entrapment or illegally pressuring or tricking a person into committing a crime. Unfortunately, this is an everyday activity of law enforcement but can result in your case being dismissed. Other potential areas we will explore as a possible defense would be if the police had probable cause or followed due process, if any parties were intoxicated or under duress from a third party at the time, and if there was a provable exchange of compensation.

You have avenues to retain your freedom, and our attorneys will help you every step of the way.

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Fighting Your Case While Protecting Your Privacy

It is essential to understand that in some cases, news about a prostitution or solicitation charge spreads like wildfire and can ruin your job or your professional career. We are here to help you do everything possible to keep information confidential, protect your rights, and vigorously defend against any charge. Our experience with these cases gives us an advantage over other attorneys every time.