Orlando Prostitution Attorney
Are you facing charges of prostitution?
If you have been arrested and charged with prostitution, you can be facing some very heavy penalties, particularly if you have a prior conviction for this offense. A first offense could be filed as a misdemeanor, which could lead to a penalty of up to 60 days in jail. For those who have a prior conviction, the imprisonment can be for up to a year, and a fine of up to $1,000, or both. Facing charges of prostitution is a very serious legal problem, and requires the assistance of a skilled litigator that is prepared to fight for you and your freedom.
Yes - you are facing charges, but no, it does not mean that you will be convicted. The quality of your Orlando sex crime lawyer has a great deal to do with the final outcome of your case, and at Seltzer Mayberg, LLC, we are proud to offer our defense services to those who have been caught in the net of the criminal justice system on prostitution charges. We are dedicated advocates for the rights and freedoms of our clients, and have a long successful record in court. We defend individuals throughout the state of Florida and nationwide.
Prostitution Defense Lawyer in Orlando
Under Florida Statutes Sections 996.03 -796.09, a person who is convicted of prostitution for the 3rd time will most often be facing a felony charge. The penalty could include up to 5 years in state prison, and a fine of up to $5,000. If it is alleged that there was procurement of a person that is under the age of 18, the situation is even more dangerous, as the penalties are increased to up to 15 years in state prison and could include fines of up to $10,000. If you are facing charges of prostitution, you need quality defense counsel, and you need it immediately - before your case progresses any further. With skilled negotiations it may be possible to get charges reduced or dismissed.
Any charges involving prostitution are dangerous and should be addressed by an Orlando sex crimes lawyer with extensive experience and a record of success in court. Our lead attorney and founder, David S. Seltzer, is a former Miami Dade Cyber Crime Prosecutor and knows the justice system inside out. Our insight into how to defend against charges of prostitution can be extremely valuable to you if you are hoping to avoid conviction. We make ourselves available 24/7 to potential clients and existing clients, and do not have an answering service - we take the calls ourselves. We know that an arrest on prostitution charges could take place outside business hours, and if you have been arrested and taken into custody, you need help now. We urge you to contact our firm immediately if you need criminal defense counsel that knows how to fight back.
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