Our Lawyers Know What it is Like to be Charged with Solicitation of a Prostitute
It can be very difficult to explain to a loved one how you were charged with the crime of Solicitation for Prostitution in Denver and Arapahoe County. It is a crime that many people feel embarrassed and nervous speaking about- particularly with their wives. As attorneys who exclusively practice criminal law, we know the battles that people face when fighting Solicitation and Prostitution crimes in the courtroom and at home with family members. Learn the difference between Prostitution, Pimping and Pandering.
Who Can See if I Have Been Charged with a Prostitution Crime in Adams County?
Whether your charge will appear for employers and others who run a background search on you will largely depend on the “where and how” of your charges. Most places like Broomfield and Adams County will report any arrests to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation. When a background check is performed on you, those arrests will be visible. However, local municipalities like Lakewood, Aurora, and Littleton do not report you to the Bureau if you are only given a summons. When your fingerprints are taken, that usually triggers a listing on the CBI records.
I Didn’t Actually Perform a Sex Act with a Prostitute, Can I Still be Charged in Denver and Aurora?
The short answer is yes. The police set up stings for prostitution on streets like Colfax, Federal, and Chambers in Denver and Aurora. When the person approaches the undercover officer, the officer tries to get the person to agree to have any type of a sex act accomplished for an agreed upon price. Once those two things have occurred, the police will arrest you for the charge of Solicitation of Prostitution. Once charged, you will be forced to go to the Denver or Aurora courthouse and fight for your good name.
In Douglas County, are There any Good Defenses to Soliciting a Prostitute?
Many possible defenses exist for a soliciting crime. You could have been enticed to act based upon the tactics of the police. You could have been forced to try and get a prostitute. You could have just been talking to the woman posing as a prostitute, and never agreed to sex for money. Most commonly, we see people who drive away from the scene with no intentions of ever returning to complete the agreed upon act. Each case poses many unique defenses that we could use in your favor. The “trick” is knowing which possible defense to use with your specific circumstances. We bring knowledge acquired from over 25 years of fighting prosecutors all throughout Colorado on sex related charges. We bring that knowledge to benefit your case and fight of the best possible outcome for you. Never give up.
If you or a loved one has been charged with Soliciting for Prostitution in Denver County, be smart, exercise your right to remain silent, and contact one of the best defense lawyers at 303-731-0719, right now. Together, we can protect your future.
Image Credit: FreeDigitalPhotos.net – David Castillo Dominici