Washington State First Degree Promotion of Prostitution Lawyers

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What is Prostitution?

Prostitution is defined as the criminal act of giving sexual services for exchange of something of value. There are two basic crimes are associated with prostitution: solicitation and promoting. Soliciting a prostitute involves offering something of value in exchange for a sexual act. But in Washington State, promoting prostitution is a separate crime.

What Does “Advances Prostitution” Mean?

Advancing prostitution means to aid an individual to commit or engage in prostitution. The person advancing the criminal act is not the prostitute or the customer. Different ways to prostitution includes:

What Does “Profits from Prostitution” Mean?

Profits from prostitution means the defendant received money or anything of value from a third party engaging in prostitution.

What Does the Prosecution Need to Establish to Convict Me of Promoting Prostitution?

The State has to prove that the defendant:

What is the Charge for First Degree Promotion of Prostitution Washington State?

In the State of Washington, first degree promotion of prostitution is charged as a class B felony.

What’s the Punishment for Promoting Prostitution?

A convicted defendant can face up to 10 years in prison and/or a fine of $20,000.

Can a Criminal Lawyer Help Me?

Yes, a criminal lawyer will help you build a strong defense and understand more about your legal rights.

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Last Modified: 08-03-2016 02:54 PM PDT

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