Prostitution and Street Solicitation

We Won’t Judge You. We Will Do Everything Possible to Preserve Your Good Name and Keep You Out of Jail

Prostitution and/or Street Solicitation can be serious criminal offenses. One look at today’s headlines will give you all the information you need on our society’s attitudes toward prostitution and solicitation. Though some would argue that both are victimless crimes, both Hawaii laws and its zealous prosecutors think otherwise. A conviction for prostitution or street solicitation could not only endanger your reputation and your career, but could equal stiff financial penalties and even serious jail time.

Prostitution laws vary depending on the circumstances of each case. Unfortunately, sting operations and undercover officers are becoming more and more common. Even if a sex act is not performed, the intent to perform such an act can be construed as a crime and prosecuted aggressively.

The penalties for prostitution and solicitation can carry overwhelming consequences. More devastating and more serious are the lifelong consequences of a prostitution-related conviction. Personal relationships can be destroyed, professional licenses and memberships revoked and future job prospects sullied. You’ve spent a lifetime building up your good name, so don’t throw it away without a fight.

Luckily, people accused of prostitution and/or solicitation have a variety of options. The right Hawaii Criminal Attorney can fight for your rights in court, keeping you out of jail or reducing your penalties and working to keep your good name intact by using smart legal strategies to get out of a humiliating conviction.

Given the complexity of criminal defense in general and prostitution and/or street solicitation cases in particular, it is vital that you choose a Hawaii Criminal Lawyer who combines experience with a good track record, a thorough understanding and familiarity with the law and the local courts, and a commitment to each and every client. If you have you been accused of prostitution and/or solicitation, your time to get the right experienced criminal defense attorney is limited.

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Contact Honolulu Criminal Defense Lawyer Benjamin Ignacio at 808-532-3803.

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