Solicitation / Prostitution

Akron Solicitation / Prostitution Lawyers

Our Attorneys Defend Accusations of Solicitation & Prostitution in Akron, Ohio

Since prostitution is not legal in Ohio, many solicitors will advertise undercover as massage parlors and escort services. Social networking services on the internet are a haven for solicitation advertisements and provide an easy way for individuals to locate them and meet. However, Police are also in tune with these internet businesses. They have been going undercover and posing as prostitutes or “Johns” to catch offenders.

Being arrested for solicitation can cause embarrassment and humiliation. We understand what you are going through. Our lawyers do not judge you but instead work to defend you aggressively. We will fight every step of the way to ensure your rights are protected, and that the case is handled professionally and as discreetly as possible.

Massage Parlor Prostitution Accusation

Many legitimate massage parlor and escort industries are targeted and accused of illegal activity. If you work in one of these professions or were a customer to them and are facing solicitation accusations, we know the unfair stigma that surrounds you.

Criminal Defense Attorneys Who Work for You

Our attorneys take every step possible to dismiss or reduce your charges. We strategize our defense against the prosecutor by predicting the course they will take and then plan a strong retaliation based on facts and evidence in our clients favor. Persuasive representation is our passion, and it is shown in our track record of successful cases.

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Contact me today to discuss your case and we will provide a free consultation. All of the information we obtain is anonymous and kept strictly confidential. We are here to provide legal counsel and are committed to defending our clients rights and protecting their freedom.

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