Prostitution And Solicitation Charges Require A Strong Defense

Cases involving allegations of prostitution must be handled carefully and with great discretion. Whether you have been accused of prostitution or soliciting a prostitute ― known as assignation under Maryland law ― I, attorney John Pikulski, can help.

If you are caught up in a prostitution sting or charged after posting or responding to an Internet advertisement, it is important to contact a lawyer right away. You cannot let feelings of embarrassment cloud your judgment or put your future at risk. After all, ignoring the charges will do nothing to help avoid a conviction. As with all criminal offenses, you need to be proactive when defending your rights.

At The Law Offices of John J. Pikulski, IV, LLC, I understand the importance of discretion when dealing with prostitution and solicitation (assignation) charges, especially when your reputation or job is at stake. Contact me today to schedule a FREE consultation. You can reach me online or by calling 301-476-6944. I defend clients throughout Prince George's County and Maryland. Even if you can't come to my office, I can still help defend your rights.

Criminal Penalties For Prostitution

While the penalties associated with prostitution-related offenses may vary depending on the specific allegations and charges involved, most prostitution and assignation offenses are misdemeanors under Maryland law, punishable by up to one year in jail or a $500 fine, or both.

Charged In Maryland, But Can't Make It To The Office? I Can Still Help.

If you cannot meet me at my office, either because you no longer live in Maryland or simply because your schedule won't allow it, I can still help defend you against prostitution or solicitation charges filed in Maryland. In fact, I can easily work with you over email, or even the phone, when developing your defense strategy.

No matter your circumstances, contact The Law Offices of John J. Pikulski, IV, LLC, to speak with an experienced Upper Marlboro prostitution defense attorney today.