Ann Arbor Prostitution and Solicitation
Offering to perform sexual acts for money or goods, or attempting to get another person to perform a sex act in exchange for money or goods, is illegal in Ann Arbor and statewide. In cases involving an exchange of sex for money, goods, or services, both parties can face criminal prosecution, and no matter what misdemeanor or felony charge you are facing, it is essential that you get in touch with a lawyer as soon as you can. Grabel & Associates is a firm committed to providing premier defense in all types of sex crime cases, and our Ann Arbor lawyers know what it takes to aggressively defend you as you battle back against conviction. Contact us now for a free initial case consultation and find out more about Ann Arbor prostitution and solicitation charges and how you can fight back.
Our experienced defense team knows what it takes to protect clients in all kinds of situations, and we know how Ann Arbor law can interact with unique cases. We have experience defending clients who are facing charges of:
- Accepting the Earnings of a Prostitute
- Transporting a Person for Prostitution
- Aiding or Assisting in Prostitution
- Criminal Sexual Conduct
- Lewd Conduct
- Internet Solicitation
Contact our firm now and receive top-notch case analysis at no cost to you. Our trial lawyers work under the direction of experienced attorney and founder Scott Grabel to provide exceptional defense in all prostitution and solicitation cases, and for over 10 years we have been committed to protecting the wrongly accused in misdemeanor and felony cases. Contact our team now for a free initial case consultation – we are available 24/7.
Ann Arbor Prostitution, Pimping, and Pandering Laws
Under Michigan law, it is illegal to engage in a sexual act for pay, or to promote engagement in sexual acts for pay in any way. Additionally, anyone who is seeking to pay a prostitute for sex can be charged with a serious offense. Accosting, inviting, or otherwise soliciting sex in exchange for goods, money, or services whether from a building, on the street, from a vehicle, or otherwise could lead to jail time, fines, sex offender registration, and other penalties, making it critical to contact an experienced defense attorney as early on in your case as possible.
Pimping and pandering is also illegal, defined as getting a prostitute for another person, accepting money from a prostitute, or otherwise promoting illegal sexual activity. Get in touch with our team now for a free initial case consultation and begin to fight back against Ann Arbor prostitution or solicitation conviction. We know what it takes to combat misdemeanor and felony charges, and are prepared to begin working with you no matter what stage of your case you are in.
Criminal Penalties for Prostitution and Solicitation in Ann Arbor
Solicitation and prostitution can lead to up to 93 days in jail and a fine of $500 for the first offense, and up to a year in jail and a fine of $1,000 for a second offense. If you have two prior convictions on record, a third will lead to felony charges, and up to 2 years behind bars, along with up to $2,000 in fines.
Other offenses, such as accepting the earnings of a prostitute, can lead to up to 20 years behind bars. All prostitution and solicitation charges are serious, and our attorneys are committed to doing whatever we can to protect you throughout every stage of your case. Contact us now to learn more about our proven approach to sex crime defense.
Our Approach to Prostitution and Solicitation in Ann Arbor
There are numerous approaches that can be taken in sex crimes cases, and the specific strategy suited to your situation will depend greatly on the unique details of your case. Contact our experienced defense attorneys now for a free initial case consultation, and begin to work through the laws and legal issues relating to your case. We are available 24/7 to begin fighting with you as you battle back against Ann Arbor sex crime charges.
Contact Grabel & Associates for Ann Arbor Sex Crime Defense
To speak with an experienced defense attorney concerning the details of your case, call our 24/7 hotline now at 1-800-342-7896 or get in touch with us online through the contact form on this site. We know what it takes to win and are prepared to begin fighting for you immediately.