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Prostitution Defense Attorney in Las Vegas

Defending Against Prostitution Charges in Nevada

In the vibrant and dynamic city of Las Vegas, the Law Office of Chip Siegel, ESQ. stands as a stalwart defender of individuals facing prostitution charges. We understand the complexities and sensitivities surrounding these cases, offering unwavering advocacy to protect your rights.

As a Las Vegas prostitution attorney and former District Attorney, I am very familiar with the intricacies of a prostitution-related case. I provide aggressive criminal defense representation to clients facing prostitution and solicitation of prostitution charges in this area, working to represent their interests and protect their rights to the fullest extent of the law.

Have you been charged with prostitution in Nevada? Call the Law Office of Chip Siegel, ESQ. today at (702) 430-7531 or contact us online to meet with our prostitution defense lawyer in Las Vegas! 

Is Prostitution Legal in Las Vegas?

Prostitution, the exchange of sexual acts for money or other valuables, is illegal in Las Vegas and throughout Clark County. A person who is charged with prostitution in Las Vegas may face serious penalties if convicted.

What are the Penalties for Prostitution in Nevada?

Generally, these are misdemeanor offenses that may be punishable by up to 6 months in jail and fines of up to $1,000. A first-time offender may be able to avoid these penalties through probation, community service, attendance of prostitution education classes, or other alternative sentences in lieu of jail time.

What Evidence is Needed to Convict Someone in a Prostitution Case?

In an attempt to secure a conviction for a Las Vegas prostitution case, law enforcement and prosecutors will often use circumstantial evidence. Because many transactions between alleged prostitutes and their customers are rarely videotaped, officer testimony and circumstantial evidence will be the only things the prosecutor has to prove guilt. Evidence that is circumstantial does not directly prove that a crime was committed but rather that it may be deduced that the crime occurred because of this evidence. For example, large amounts of cash, a list of "clients," condoms, and clothing that may indicate that a person is a prostitute may be considered circumstantial evidence.

Defenses Against Prostitution Charges

Some common defenses against prostitution charges may include the following:

  • Lack of Intent: Proving intent is crucial in prostitution cases. We can meticulously examine the evidence to challenge the prosecution's ability to establish that you willingly and knowingly engaged in an act of prostitution. If there is a lack of clear intent, it can be a pivotal defense strategy.
  • False Accusations: In the realm of prostitution cases, false accusations are not uncommon. We can vigorously investigate the background and motives of the accuser, seeking any evidence that may reveal ulterior motives, personal vendettas, or other factors that may cast doubt on the credibility of the allegations.
  • Entrapment: Law enforcement agencies occasionally employ undercover operations to catch individuals involved in prostitution. If you were coerced or induced into committing the offense through entrapment, it can serve as a powerful defense.
  • Constitutional Violations: Unlawful searches and seizures or violations of your constitutional rights can form the basis of a solid defense. We can meticulously review the circumstances surrounding your arrest to identify any breaches of your Fourth Amendment rights. If such violations occur, we leverage them to challenge the admissibility of evidence against you.
  • Insufficient Evidence: The prosecution bears the burden of proving guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. If there are gaps, inconsistencies, or insufficient proof, we skillfully exploit these weaknesses to cast doubt on the prosecution's case.

Contact Our Las Vegas Prostitution Lawyer Today

In handling a case involving prostitution, I may look to this evidence and work on questioning its validity or bringing to light that it cannot prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant was guilty of prostitution. Results will vary depending on the case, but I can use my experience as a Las Vegas prostitution defense lawyer to determine how to best approach your charges.

Contact the Law Office of Chip Siegel, ESQ., today for a FREE initial consultation with our prostitution defense attorney in Las Vegas! 

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