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When it comes to prostitution crimes, there are essentially two ways of being charged:
As a prostitute/solicitor of prostitution: When a woman solicits sex or sexual services, she may elicit a response from an undercover law enforcement agent. When the woman engages in particular contact or explicit solicitation of funds, a charge can be brought.
As a “John” or patron of prostitution: When undercover law enforcement agents get someone to meet them somewhere to solicit prostitution and money is discussed or exchanged, a solicitation of prostitution charge can be brought.
A first offense of solicitation of prostitution is a Class 3 misdemeanor under the Colorado revised statutes, which carries legal penalties that may include:
As a criminal defense lawyer with more than 30 years of experience, I am ready to bring a comprehensive knowledge of these types of crimes to aggressively defend against charges involving:
In addition to the comprehensive knowledge of Colorado criminal law I bring to every case, I also bring confidentiality and a discreet approach. I understand the importance of handling these issues delicately due to the social stigma of a charge.
As with all criminal charges, an ideal approach is built upon decisive action and early protection of rights. I encourage you to reach out as early as possible if you suspect an investigation or have been charged.
To schedule a free confidential consultation with Denver prostitution defense attorney David Lindsey, call (303) 228-2270 or email David Lindsey, Attorney at Law.