Defending Your Rights From Prostitution Charges
Prostitution charges are very serious sex crime-related issues that can leave you facing large fines, jail time and a permanent criminal record.
If you have been arrested for or charged with prostitution, turn to our lawyer at the Law Offices of Mitchell A. Robinson, P.A., in Minneapolis, Minnesota. For nearly 30 years, attorney Mitchell A. Robinson has worked tirelessly on behalf of individuals who are fighting prostitution and other criminal charges.
Whether this is the first time you are facing a serious criminal charge or you have dealt with the criminal justice system before, do not take the matter lightly. Our firm can provide you with a straightforward assessment of your case, as well as evaluate the evidence that the prosecution has in your case. From that point, we can make a determination as to how to handle your case in a way that suits your best interests.
To learn more about what to do after being arrested for prostitution, contact a Minneapolis prostitution defense attorney at our firm by calling 612-360-2839.
Types of Prostitution Charges
There are a variety of situations that may lead to a prostitution charge. Our criminal law firm aggressively handles any type of prostitution cases, including:
- Prostitution: When an individual is charged with committing sexual acts for money.
- Promotion of prostitution: When an individual is accused of promoting the prostitution of another person and allegedly gained monetary compensation from the act.
- Inducement of prostitution: When an individual influences another person to commit acts of prostitution.
- Loitering with the intent to solicit: When an individual is charged with intending to commit prostitution through physically hanging around a certain area.
- Prostitution near a park or in a school zone: When an alleged act of prostitution occurs in or near an area where there are children, enhanced penalties may apply.
We also handle cases where individuals may be charged with solicitation of prostitution (persuading someone to commit prostitution with the offering of money), either as a standalone crime or in addition to other criminal charges.
Contact a Prostitution Defense Attorney in St. Paul
Have you been arrested and charged with prostitution in the Twin Cities area? Attorney Robinson will meet with you at a free initial consultation and discuss your rights and options. To schedule your consult, either call our Minneapolis office at 612-360-2839 or contact us online.