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Soliciting Prostitution

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Soliciting Prostitution in Clark County

Although Nevada has allowed prostitution under certain restrictions in the state, it does not mean that you have the right to solicit prostitution – to ask another person to perform a sexual act for any form of compensation. When a person offers sexual services to an alleged "John," either or both parties can be arrested. Law enforcement in Nevada takes a hard line on prostitution, and it is not legal in Las Vegas or any part of the county. There are state licensed houses of prostitution in some other counties in the state.

When a person is accused of actively seeking out sexual services to purchase, it can lead to serious (and embarrassing) legal trouble. Law enforcement in Las Vegas has a variety of "sting" operations ongoing to address this problem, and you could be caught in one of these operations without suspecting that you are speaking with a police officer. As a Las Vegas lawyer for soliciting prostitution charges, I have helped many unsuspecting visitors to the area address this situation successfully.

If you have been caught in the justice system and are accused of this crime, contact my firm at 702-430-7531 at once for assistance, no matter what state you live in.

Are You Charged With Prostitution or Solicitation In Las Vegas?

Many of those who are accused of soliciting prostitution are visitors to Las Vegas who are unaware of the actual legal restrictions on prostitution. Once the charges have been filed, there is no option other than to appear at your court date – a failure to appear will result in an arrest warrant being issued with your name on it. The only way you can manage the case without being present in court is to have an attorney representing you. I have successfully defended numerous clients that have been caught in the criminal justice system while visiting Las Vegas.

Under NRS § 201.354 (2009), it is illegal for any person to engage in solicitation of prostitution, unless it takes place at a licensed house of prostitution. The charges are filed as a misdemeanor, unless the person being solicited is underage, in which case it is a much more serious legal problem. When the individual involved is underage, a Category E felony charge will be filed. The regulations surrounding prostitution are extremely strict throughout the state, and Las Vegas (as part of Clark County) does allow legal houses of prostitution.

How Will A Prostitution Attorney In Las Vegas Help Me?

Hiring an experienced prostitution attorney is critical for protecting your rights, your future, and your reputation. If you have been accused of the crime of soliciting prostitution, contact a lawyer as soon as possible. The longer you wait, the more difficult it will be for you in court.

Your prostitution lawyer can help you in the following ways:

  • Guiding you through the legal process and helping you prevent mistakes that may cost you.
  • Supporting you emotionally, in the hope of helping to reduce stress levels.
  • Being there to answer any questions that you may have regarding your charges.
  • Help in the reduction of the charge to a lesser offense.
  • Help to eliminate required custody.
  • Ensure that you have all of the legal information that you need to protect your rights.

If you or someone that you care about was charged with soliciting prostitution, don't wait - contact our prostitution lawyers in Las Vegas for help today.

Contact our soliciting prostitution attorneys in Las Vegas today at 702-430-7531 to receive the help and guidance that you need.

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