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Last Updated on: 10th March 2023, 04:28 pm
Facing federal prostitution charges can be overwhelming, and it’s understandable to feel lost and helpless. The idea of going to prison can be terrifying, and the stigma attached to it can make it challenging to reintegrate into society. At Spodek Law Group, we understand the fear and anxiety that comes with prostitution charges, and we’re here to help you navigate this challenging time.
If you’re facing incarceration for prostitution, you need the guidance of a federal prison consultant who can help you make informed decisions about your future. Our consultants can help you:
At Spodek Law Group, we work tirelessly to ensure that our clients receive the best possible outcome in their cases. Our experienced attorneys and federal prison consultants have the knowledge and expertise to help you every step of the way.
Prostitution, also known as commercial sex or sex work, involves performing sexual acts in exchange for money. It’s illegal in most of the United States to offer sexual services for cash or pay for said services. Hiring a prostitute, soliciting prostitution, or acting as an intermediary or “pimp” between a prostitute and a customer are all considered prohibited sexual conduct.
Prostitution falls into one of three categories: brothel prostitution, street prostitution, and escort prostitution.
Is Prostitution Illegal?
Yes, prostitution is illegal in most states, and each state has its laws regarding prostitution. Almost every county in the U.S. categorizes prostitution as unlawful. However, there are a handful of counties in rural Nevada where prostitution is legal.
Solicitation of prostitution is defined as agreeing to pay for sex. In most states, solicitation is a misdemeanor punishable by a fine and jail time, just like prostitution itself. You can still be charged with solicitation even if the sexual act never took place. This law is how undercover law enforcement makes arrests during sting operations.
Is Prostitution a Federal Crime?
While the regulation of prostitution is typically left to individual states, some sex crimes are prosecuted by federal law. The federal government will get involved in cases of human trafficking and exploiting minors for prostitution. For example, importing an alien to the U.S. for prostitution violates federal laws against prostitution. Child sex trafficking also falls under the jurisdiction of federal law.
Prostitution is considered a misdemeanor, punishable by a fine and up to six months of jail time for first-time offenders. However, repeat offenses and offenses that involve the exploitation of minors or human trafficking are penalized more severely:
In all other cases, the regulation of prostitution is left to individual state governments, and the punishment can vary depending on the state. For example, in Alabama, both the sex worker and customer can be sentenced to up to one year in prison and/or a $6,000 fine. In Illinois, both the sex worker and the customer can be sentenced to up to one year in prison and up to $2,500. In Nevada counties where prostitution is illegal, an offender can be sentenced to up to six months of jail time, and/or up to a $1,000 fine, and/or up to 200 hours of community service.
At Spodek Law Group, we understand that facing federal prostitution charges can be a stressful and emotional experience. Our attorneys have years of experience and expertise in defending clients charged with prostitution and related offenses. We understand the complexities of prostitution laws and can work with you to build a strong defense strategy.
Our team is committed to providing our clients with personalized attention and support every step of the way. We know that every case is unique, and we will work tirelessly to ensure that you receive the best possible outcome in your case.
If you’re facing federal prostitution charges, don’t wait another minute. Contact Spodek Law Group today for a free consultation with one of our experienced attorneys. We’ll review the details of your case and provide you with the guidance and support you need to make informed decisions about your future.
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