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FREE consultations via phone or video conferencing. Every criminal accusation can result in stigma or embarrassment. While people are often more accepting of others charged with white collar crimes, those accused of offenses in New York relating to Prostitution, Escort Services, Solicitation or Patronizing a Prostitute often get the short end of the stick. Knowing this unfortunate reality all too well, New York criminal defense attorneys routinely address this problem with clients accused of Third Degree Patronizing a Prostitute, New York Penal Law The only thing worse than an accusation that you paid another person for sex is being convicted in a New York criminal court for actually doing so.
Whether as a result of a voluntary plea or conviction by a judge or jury, a finding of guilt for Third Degree Patronizing a Prostitute, NY Penal Law In fact, it is fairly common for the NYPD or other police agency to set up a sting where a female detective approaches a man in a Manhattan or Brooklyn street or a Queens or Bronx bar. Some criminal attorneys can successfully argue entrapment depending the nature of the evidence, but know that even if your defense to violating PL These stings are usually set up with a fake advertisement on Craigslist, Backpage, and even Reddit or any other advertising forum.
Again, regardless of how you were arrested, the crime of Patronizing a Prostitute can stand alone as the sole crime you face or be one of potentially many in the criminal court complaint filed at your arraignment. You should have no misunderstanding of the criminal law. The statute, and crime, is satisfied by mere solicitation and you need not complete the actual payment nor consummate the sexual relationship regardless of how brief it may be. Patronizing a Prostitute in the Third Degree is a class "A" misdemeanor punishable by up to one year in jail.
Compounding matters, if the alleged prostitute is under the age of 14 or 11, you will face the "E" or "D" felony charges of New York Penal Law sections Patronizing a Prostitute in the Second Degree is punishable by up to four years in prison while Patronizing a Prostitute in the First Degree is punishable by up to seven years in state prison.
Humiliation, loss of employment, community ridicule and a criminal conviction are some of the greatest fears many people contend with when charged with a crime. When the arrest is for offering to pay money or in fact paying money for sex, all of these fears can come to fruition if your criminal case is not managed properly. Can you avoid a conviction for PL Can you minimize your exposure directly and collaterally after an accusation of Third Degree Patronizing a Prostitute?