The Experience You Need to Defend Your Reputation and Your Future
Often referred to as the oldest profession known to man, prostitution is a crime that law enforcement officers in the Pensacola area take very seriously. In fact, police officers have been known to set up intricate stings to lure prostitutes and potential clients into soliciting an undercover officer. These stings, or arrests made in other ways, can leave ordinarily law-abiding citizens facing charges that are damaging to their reputation, and their future.
At the law firm of Michael J. Griffith, P.A., we are committed to helping you defend yourself against prostitution and solicitation charges. With more than 35 years of experience, our Pensacola prostitution and solicitation defense attorneys have the knowledge and skill needed to help you negotiate a reduction in your charges or prove your innocence in a court trial.
To help you mount the strongest defense possible, we search for answers to several key questions, including:
- Did police officers have probable cause to arrest you?
- Were police officers operating within regulations when conducting a sting?
- Does the evidence against you support the charges?
- Have you ever been charged with prostitution or solicitation in the past?
The answers to these questions can be invaluable information that can be used to defend your reputation and your future from the social stigma, jail time and fines that often result from convictions of prostitution and solicitation. Using the information gained during our research, we will aggressively negotiate a plea deal or take your case to trial to prove your innocence. In short, we will not rest in our efforts to limit the harm caused by a conviction.
Contact Our Office to Discuss Your Charges during a Free Consultation
If you have been charged with prostitution or solicitation, your first step should be to consult with an attorney about your defense options. By calling us immediately after your arrest, you greatly improve your chances of avoiding the penalties stemming from a conviction; we will begin the process of planning your defense immediately.
Our staff takes calls 24 hours a day, seven days a week and will accept the collect charges if you want to begin mounting your defense before you’ve been released from jail. Contact us online or call 850-433-9922 to discuss your charges during a free consultation with our experienced attorney.