Colorado Springs Criminal Lawyer
If you have been charged with solicitation of prostitution, it may seem like your world has been turned upside down. Even if you are not convicted, a criminal charge such as this can cause disruption and harm to your family relationships, not to mention your reputation with friends, at work and in your community.
Like prostitution, charges of solicitation are Class 3 misdemeanors that carry a maximum fine of $750 and a possible six month jail term for the first offense. Colorado lawmakers are also seeking to increase the penalties for soliciting a prostitute in the state to include a fine ranging from $5,000 up $10,000. It is estimated that $60 million a year is spent on prostitution in the Denver area alone, but there are only 150 solicitation arrests a year.
Building Your Defense of Solicitation Charges
As is the case in most solicitation charges, those who are accused of this crime are normally good, decent people who have never been arrested, but have possibly made a mistake. The worry and concern you are feeling is quite understandable. It is not uncommon for individuals to be charged with solicitation because of misunderstanding, and there are numerous defense strategies that may help to reduce or dismiss your charges.
Here at The Samuelson Law Firm, my legal staff understands completely what you are going through at this time and can provide you with the high-quality
criminal defense you need. Together, we can build the best possible defense for you in order to reach the best possible outcome, while maintaining the utmost confidentiality. My team and I have been helping people in similar circumstances for nearly 15 years. Our level of service falls well beyond the norm and you will receive the care and compassion from us that you are seeking. We make ourselves available to our clients twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
Contact us today!