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- Solicitation Of Prostitute Virginia Law
Solicitation Of Prostitute in Virginia - Has the Substantial Act been Completed?
- Why is Pornography Legal and Prostitution is Not
It seems like the headlines are constantly filled with new stories of politicians quite literally caught with their pants down in scandals with prostitutes. This often raises the question of why we do not treat prostitution in the same was as pornography. Why is sex for money okay in one setting and not another?
- Legal Considerations for Child Pornography Cases
Few sex crimes bring more negative connotations to mind than those related to child pornography. In our computer age where information, images, and videos can be rapidly and easily accessed, this has become a growing area of concern. Although search engines have become better at filtering out inappropriate materials, it is still possible to occasionally come into contact with these matters, either intentionally or not.
- Prostitution in the United States
Prostitution is one of those legal issues that creates an intense debate and will likely remain an issue in America for years to come.
- Alexis Wright the Zumba Teacher in Maine Faces a Prostitution Charge
by Galanter Law
If you have been charged with or are the subject of a prostitution investigation you need to hire a Fort Lauderdale criminal defense attorney or a Miami criminal defense attorney immediately to help you navigate the prostitution laws in Florida. Alexis Wright is a 29 year old Zumba instructor who lives and works in Kennebunk, Maine. As she taught her Zumba classes she developed a side line of offering prostitution services to the men in her community.
- What Is Penal Code § 647(b), Prostitution and Solicitation for Prostitution?
California Penal Code § 647(b) prohibits one from willfully engaging in a sexual act in exchange for money or other goods or services (typically drugs). This seemingly broad definition does not include pimping and pandering, which are separately addressed (Penal Code § 266 and 266i) or indecent exposure (Penal Code § 314). The scope of § 647(b) includes both the prostitute and the customer, also known as a “john.”
- Maryland Needs More Effective Drug Sentencing Laws
All too frequently relatively innocent people are caught in a system that makes prison time the answer to a drug problem. Abandoning or modifying mandatory minimum drug sentencing in Maryland may be the only way to correct that injustice.
- Prostitution and Patronizing a Prostitute in New York
You can be charged with prostitution if you engage in, agree to engage in, or offer to engage in sexual acts with another person in return for money. Prostitution is a class B misdemeanor, with a potential sentence of not more than 90 days in jail.
- Minnesota Prostitution Myths
We've put together a list of 4 common myths about prostitution in Minnesota. - Myth: Only new clients can be undercover cops. Fact: Police often use hobbyists who have already been arrested to pose as people looking for sex in prostitution stings.
- Your Rights after an Arrest for Prostitution or Solicitation
Charges for prostitution in can lead to many different kinds of penalties. It is very helpful to be made aware of your rights if you have been charged with prostitution or solicitation.