Massachusetts Solicitation & Prostitution Defense
Prostitution and Solicitation Defense Attorneys with Offices in Boston
Prosecutors are increasingly interested in securing convictions for indirect sex crimes. Such charges often do not involve charges of actual sexual conduct by the defendant. Rather, they include crimes such as enticement, living off proceeds of prostitution, keeping a house of ill repute and soliciting customers for prostitution.
A local office for your convenience
If you have been charged with solicitation, prostitution or Any other sex crime, contact the Denner Criminal Defense Group. We have the experience and resources to build a strong defense against soliciting or prostitution charges. Call our Boston office at 617-500-4398. We provide a solid defense for clients throughout the region and beyond.
Examples of our cases
Our cases involve charges such as:
- Enticement for prostitution or sex
- Drugging or detaining for prostitution or sex
- Inducing a person under eighteen to have sex
- Inducing a minor into prostitution, including chat room solicitation
- Living off or sharing earnings of minor or adult prostitute
- Soliciting for prostitute
- Procuring a person to practice, or enter a place for, prostitution; employment office procuring person
- Keeping house of ill repute
- Using public places, such as restaurants or bars, for soliciting
- Multiple convictions of street walking
- Public lewdness
Many of our cases in matters such as these cross state lines. Our law firm is able to defend clients in multi-state cases. Our attorneys are licensed to practice in many states in the region and nationally. Their knowledge of state and local obscenity laws is comprehensive. This allows our attorneys to readily identify weaknesses and problems in a prosecutor’s case.
Solicitation and prostitution charges often require technology expertise
Cases such as these often include charges of Internet crimes. It is important to have an attorney who is knowledgeable about computer technology and its role in criminal charges related to solicitation or prostitution. At the Denner Criminal Defense Group, we use hardware and software specialists who can determine whether evidence cited by law enforcement should lead to criminal charges.
Constitutional issues in many sex crime cases
Often charges of solicitation are based on entrapment. When a police officer pretends to be a minor available to meet an adult for sex, it is often possible to argue that the sting operation was directed at the wrong person or was conducted illegally. Our lawyers are skilled at developing constitutional arguments that get results for clients.
Representing clients throughout the entire process
We provide vigorous representation that protects the rights and interests of our clients throughout the criminal justice process. We are with you at all stages, including:
- Initial investigation
- Grand jury indictment
- Bail hearing
- Plea negotiations
- Pre-sentencing investigation and reports
- Post-conviction appeals, writs and motions
- Jail or prison
If you are being investigated or you have been arrested on a solicitation or prostitution charge, we will defend you. We will develop strategies that fit the circumstances at whatever stage of the process you find yourself.
High-visibility media cases
The Denner Criminal Defense Group attorneys have provided legal representation to high-profile clients whose arrest on a solicitation charge threatened family and career. Our goal is always to minimize media exposure. Our attorneys work with the utmost discretion. If the media have already begun covering a case, our attorneys will strive to ensure that the client gets a fair trial while protecting the client’s public image to the greatest degree possible.
For a consultation with the Denner Criminal Defense Group, contact us in Boston (617-500-4398) or toll-free at 866-370-5422 to learn how our lawyers can defend you.
We are available to respond to emergencies 24 hours a day. Staff can accommodate clients speaking Spanish, Portuguese, Russian and some Southeast Asian languages.