Sting Victim? Get A Sexual Solicitation Defense Lawyer
It is a crime in Utah to solicit another for sexual favors for a fee. Although prostitution is the world’s oldest profession, it is also illegal. We have all heard of the public figure who has solicited sex from prostitutes or escorts and has paid not only criminal penalties and but has lost his reputation as well.
If you have been charged with sexual solicitation, call a sexual solicitation defense lawyer at Salcido Law Firm PLLC for immediate defense services. Our experienced defense lawyers will begin to gather the evidence and formulate your defense right away so that you are left wondering how your case will be approached.
Defenses to Sexual Solicitation
The defenses to a charge for sexual solicitation will of course vary depending on the specific facts of a case, but one defense that commonly arises in such cases is entrapment. Perhaps a police officer under cover offered you sexual services to which you agreed but would not have done so but for the police officer’s actions. If so, your case may be subject to dismissal or acquittal based on an entrapment defense. Entrapment is an affirmative defense but whether such a defense will apply to you will depend on the very specific facts of your case.
If the entrapment defense applies to you we will let you know. Contact a sexual solicitation defense lawyer for a free consultation to find out more about how we can defend you.
Sexual solicitation is an enhanceable offense. This means that any offense after the first offense will be penalized more harshly. You could be sentenced to up to a year in jail for sexual solicitation in Utah.
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