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The act of prostitution involves two or more parties, the person s soliciting the prostitute and the prostitute. As such, the law criminalizes both the act of solicitation and the act of prostitution. Additionally it is a criminal offense under California law to loiter with the intent of committing an act of prostitution. To prove that the defendant is guilty of the crime of soliciting a prostitute the People must prove that: To prove that the defendant is guilty of the crime of loitering with the intent to commit prostitution the People must prove that: To prove that the defendant is guilty of the crime of engaging in prostitution the People must prove that: In addition to agreeing, the defendant did something to further the commission of an act of prostitution.
The legal definition of prostitution under California law encompasses a wide range of conduct. This lewd act committed in exchange for money or something else of value. Defenses to prostitution can involve challenging the intent of the person soliciting. In this case, the defendant must have displayed a clear intent to summon a prostitute to negotiate an exchange of a lewd act for something of value. In this type of situation, a person alleged to have been soliciting a prostitute must have intended that the communication reach its target.
For the person engaging an act of prostitution, intent may also be challenged by the Defense. The Defendant may present evidence that refutes that he or she demonstrated the intent to induce, entice, or solicit prostitution or to procure someone else to commit prostitution. If a person who may normally engage in prostitution, but is not doing so at the time, and is solicited for services and declines, this cannot be viewed as the requisite intent for to support a conviction for prostitution as the Defendant must knowingly be acting with the intent to engage in the conduct of prostitution at that particular time.
Mere status of reputation is not sufficient to convict. However, an alleged prostitute may be convicted of loitering with intent to engage in prostitution if one is aimlessly waiting in an area with the intent of receiving a solicitation. Further, these California law contains provisions that enhance the penalties for repeat offenders. If convicted for a second prostitution or solicitation offense, the Defendant may be sentenced to a minimum of forty-five 45 days in a county jail.
A third prostitution or solicitation conviction offense, the judge must order a minimum of ninety 90 days in a county jail. Given the high risk involved with a child prostitution charge, it is important to seek experienced counsel if you are the subject of an investigation or are detained by law enforcement. Regardless of whether or not the case proceeds to trial, the seriousness of a California prostitution charge requires the assistance of a skilled and committed California criminal lawyer who knows every legal argument when defending clients.