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As a criminal attorney in Philadelphia , I help people accused of crimes including solicitation of prostitution. Arrests for patronizing a prostitute will involve more than the embarrassment and shame of seeing one. That individual will also face possible fines and imprisonment. In some cases, law enforcement has used tactics that convince offenders to take risks or actions that they may not have otherwise taken.
Sometimes police arrest people as a result of a simple misunderstanding. If you have been arrested for patronizing a prostitute in Philadelphia, you can look at the legal counsel before you talk to police. In fact, it is your fifth amendment right to stay silent after an arrest because anything you say can and will be used against you in the court of law. State law defines prostitution as an act of engaging in sexual activity as a business.
Under the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statute Title 8 e , you can be charged with soliciting a prostitute if you have hire any person with the intent to engage them in sexual activity.
For example, if they enter your home or remain in a prostitution house. Sometimes TV has said that money exchange or sex must take place for a person to be arrested. However, police only need to take a recording of an online agreement or verbal agreement in person to press charges. For the first or second offense, a person will receive a third-degree misdemeanor.
On the third offense, they will receive a second degree misdemeanor, and on the fourth and subsequent offenses thereafter, they will receive a first-degree misdemeanor. However, if the offender knew they had HIV, and they solicited a prostitute, it will be a third-degree felony charge. People who have been convicted of patronizing a prostitute face a number of fines. After the second or following offenses, Pennsylvania law dictates that offenders will have their name published in the newspaper of the judicial district in that court system, which can lead to public embarrassment and trouble in the workplace.