Prostitution stings in Denver and Adams County are common. Police will stage a variety of prostitution stings in hopes of catching unsuspecting men and women. When men and women are caught in police prostitution stings in Denver or Adams County, they can face crippling charges such as Prostitution, Soliciting for Prostitution and many other prostitution-related crimes. Prostitution, C.R.S. 18-7-201, involves any situation where a person agrees to perform a sexual act in exchange for money or another thing of value. Soliciting for Prostitution, C.R.S. 18-7-202, on the other hand, involves soliciting another person for prostitution purposes.
Prostitution Stings in Jefferson and Arapahoe County: Types of Police Prostitution Stings
Across Jefferson and Arapahoe County, police prostitution stings are common. To obtain a conviction, police create a plan to gather evidence and make sure each element of a crime has been completed. In many cases, police will stage prostitution stings on Colfax. In these types of stings, a female police officer will pretend to be a prostitute on the side of the road, trying to get men to stop for her. If they do, it will likely lead to Prostitution charges. In other cases, we have seen men and women charged with Prostitution after responding to a magazine or newspaper message ad, or an ad on Craigslist. If they respond to the ad, officers will hint of the availability of additional sexual services. If accepted, police will often make an arrest for Prostitution.
Prostitution in Douglas County: Consequences of a Prostitution Conviction
Prostitution charges in Douglas County can dramatically impact your future. A conviction of Prostitution or another prostitution-related crime can lead to Douglas County Jail time, required educational classes and high fines. You can also risk losing your car, if it is involved in the Prostitution Public Nuisance. It is always best to speak with an experienced criminal defense attorney if facing Prostitution charges. We will work hard to get charges against you dismissed or to work out a favorable plea bargain deal.