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New Jersey Police officers in many municipalities are notorious for conducting prostitution sting and “quality of life” sweeps. The net created from such efforts often results in the arrest and filing of charges against both patrons (a.k.a. Johns) and prostitutes. Irrespective of the method by which you were charged with prosecution in Camden or other counties, our criminal firm is ready to defend you.
Prostitution Charges in Winslow and Other Municipalities Across New Jersey
Even though Camden is unquestionably the busiest venue in the county for prostitution charges, police throughout the county, including in Winslow Township, are also active in filing offenses under N.J.S.A. 2C:34-1. This violation gets triggered whenever “prostitution” is attempted or committed by a person who is: (1) a patron; (2) a provider of the sexual activity; or (3) promotes these activities. The term “prostitution” is defined in the New Jersey Criminal Code as “sexual activity with another person in exchange for something of economic value, or the offer or acceptance of an offer to engage in sexual activity in exchange for something of economic value.” “Sexual activity” can refer to a range of activities, including genital, anal or oral intercourse, masturbation, touching of the genitals, buttocks, or female breasts, and other sexual conduct. The four elements of this offense are as follows:
Degrees of Prostitution and Solicitation Charges in New Jersey
Prostitution is a disorderly persons offense in cases where it involves personally offering sexual favors in exchange for something of economic value. These activities are elevated to a fourth-degree crime when the conviction represents a second or third violation. It is a third-degree offense to commit a fourth or subsequent offense in this kind. It is a second-degree crime to knowingly take part in prostitution with a minor child under eighteen (18) years of age.
Penalties for Conviction of Prostitution and Solicitation in New Jersey
A disorderly persons offense for prostitution carries a fine of up to $1,000 and up to six months in the county jail. Fourth-degree prosecution can result in up to 18 months in state prison and fine as high as $10,000. The maximum penalties for third-degree prostitution include a $15,000 fine and 5 years in prison. Second-degree prosecution carries a potential fine of $150,000 and 5-10 years behind bars. In addition, a six months driver’s license suspension can be imposed if a motor vehicle was part of the commission of prostitution.
New Jersey Prostitution and Solicitation Defense Lawyers
If you got arrested for promoting, soliciting, or serving as prostitution, an attorney at Spodek Law Group is ready to assist you in defending your charge. The attorneys at our firm have over a century of experience defending prostitution cases throughout the state of New Jersey. Contact us if you are facing a charge in Magnolia, Gloucester City, Chesilhurst, Pennsauken, Cherry Hill or another municipality. We are available around the for a free consultation.
Prostitution and Solicitation in New Jersey: N.J.S.A. 2C:34-1
Prostitution is defined as engaging in sexual activity with another person in exchange for something of economic value, or offering to engage in sexual activity with another person in exchange for something of economic value. N.J.S.A. 2C:34-1(a). Solicitation is defined as offering to pay someone else to engage in sexual activity, or offering to pay someone else to engage in sexual activity on your behalf, or requesting that someone else engage in sexual activity on your behalf for payment, or requesting that someone else engage in sexual activity on your behalf for payment by another person. N.J.S.A. 2C:34-1(b).
Prostitution and solicitation are considered disorderly persons offenses under New Jersey law and are punishable by up to six months in jail and a fine of up to $1,000 if convicted of a disorderly persons offense charge under N.J.S.A 2C:34-1(a) or (b). If you have been charged with prostitution or solicitation as a result of an undercover police sting operation, you may be charged with a fourth degree crime which is punishable by up to 18 months in prison and a fine of up to $10,000 if convicted under N.J.S .A 2C:34-1(c) or (d). If you have been charged with prostitution as the result of being involved with sex trafficking, you may be charged with a second degree crime which is punishable by five to ten years imprisonment and a fine of up to $150,000 if convicted under N .J .S .A 2C:34-1(e) or (f).
In addition, anyone who has been convicted of prostitution will be required to register as a sex offender under Megan’s Law if they are deemed sexually violent predators by the court system based on an evaluation conducted by the Adult Diagnostic Treatment Center located at Avenel State Prison following their conviction for prostitution . The registration requirements are outlined below:
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