Prostitution in Wisconsin
Solicitation for prostitution or solicitation is a sex crime that involves asking for, or promoting the exchange of sexual services for money. It also includes being a part of a place of prostitution, frequenting a prostitute and running a place of prostitution. Based on the type of crime, it is classified as a Class A misdemeanor, Class H or Class F felony.
Child prostitution involves allowing or forcing a minor to engage in prostitution and receiving a benefit from it. Under Wisconsin law, intentionally soliciting a child for sex or forcing a minor to engage in prostitution, or placing a child in a place of prostitution is a Class D Felony.
Penalties For Prostitution In Wisconsin
Solicitation charges can result in prosecution, a 25-year prison term, mandatory registration as a sex offender, and fines.
To fight your charges, you need an experienced sex crime attorney who can defend you aggressively. At Eisenberg law Offices, S.C. Madison, WI, we handle every case with the care and attention it deserves. Our Attorneys have the expertise and an understanding of the various facets of the law related to prostitution and solicitation to provide you with skilled representation. If you have been charged with prostitution, contact us for a free, confidential consultation today.
Sex crimes include a plethora of offenses besides prostitution and if you have been accused, it is critical to obtain legal representation quickly from an experienced and skilled sex crime attorney.
At Eisenberg law Offices, S.C. Madison, WI, our team of experienced Attorneys can provide you the best defense. Contact us today for a free, confidential consultation.
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