What should I do if I am accused of soliciting a prostitute in Pennsylvania? VIDEO

If you're accused of soliciting a prostitute in Pennsylvania, you need to take all necessary precautions, but you should also not beat yourself up. You've likely already been arrested in charge, but moving forward, you should not speak to the police, detectives, law enforcement in any capacity. You need to engage with an experienced Pennsylvania sex crimes lawyer so they could help you best understand and navigate the criminal process.

Soliciting a prostitute can impact or affect anyone from any walk of life. A person could be a working person, a professional, the charge can affect people in different ways. It can affect their career, their employment, their professional license, their family. Having an experienced attorney in your corner will help you best move forward, take the most appropriate steps.

There's potential programs for first-time offenders that you may be eligible for, or that your attorney could get you considered for to help address the charge to avoid potentially a conviction. Having an experienced attorney in your corner from as early as possible in the process will help best protect your rights and interests and help you understand and take the best steps forward.

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