At the law office of O’Hara & O’Hara L.L.C. we represent clients who are arrested, cited, charged, or indicted for Prostitution crimes. We pride ourselves on offering professional attention to every case. Our lawyers are experienced and aggressive in Prostitution cases, and are not afraid to fight for our clients. We have been fighting for our clients for over 60 years.
We know how important it is for an individual to avoid a criminal record which could affect their career regarding Prostitution offenses. Our Attorneys provide our clients with smart, zealous, dedicated, caring, and hardworking representation.
We handle Prostitution cases in City, State, and Federal Courts throughout the State of Kansas. Our office is located in Wichita, Kansas. We work hard to protect the rights and the futures of our clients.
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Kansas Aggressive Prostitution Defense
At O’Hara & O’Hara L.L.C. one of our areas of focus is Prostitution Defense law. Prostitution offenses can be complex and provide many legal issues. Our lawyers provide experienced, aggressive, and intelligent representation to our clients. The following are the Prostitution statutes for the State of Kansas:
(a) Prostitution is performing for hire, or offering or agreeing to perform for hire where there is an exchange of value, any of the following acts:
(1) Sexual intercourse;
(2) sodomy; or
(3) manual or other bodily contact stimulation of the genitals of any person with the intent to arouse or gratify the sexual desires of the offender or another.
(b) Prostitution is a class B nonperson misdemeanor.
21-3513 Promoting prostitution.
(a) Promoting prostitution is:
(1) Establishing, owning, maintaining or managing a house of prostitution, or participating in the establishment, ownership, maintenance, or management thereof;
(2) permitting any place partially or wholly owned or controlled by the defendant to be used as a house of prostitution;
(3) procuring a prostitute for a house of prostitution;
(4) inducing another to become a prostitute;
(5) soliciting a patron for a prostitute or for a house of prostitution;
(6) procuring a prostitute for a patron;
(7) procuring transportation for, paying for the transportation of, or transporting a person within this state with the intention of assisting or promoting that person’s engaging in prostitution; or
(8) being employed to perform any act which is prohibited by this section.
(b) (1) Promoting prostitution is a class A person misdemeanor when the prostitute is 16 or more years of age.
(2) Promoting prostitution when the prostitute is 16 or more years of age is a severity level 7, person felony if committed by a person who has, prior to the commission of the crime, been convicted of promoting prostitution.
(3) Except as provided in paragraph (4), promoting prostitution is a severity level 6, person felony when the prostitute is under 16 years of age.
(4) Promoting prostitution or attempt, conspiracy or criminal solicitation to commit promoting prostitution is an off-grid person felony when the offender is 18 years of age or older and the prostitute is less than 14 years of age.
(c) If the offender is 18 years of age or older and the victim is less than 14 years of age, the provisions of:
(1) Subsection (c) of K.S.A. 21-3301, and amendments thereto, shall not apply to a violation of attempting to commit the crime of promoting prostitution as described in subsection (b)(4);
(2) subsection (c) of K.S.A. 21-3302, and amendments thereto, shall not apply to a violation of conspiracy to commit the crime of promoting prostitution as described in subsection (b)(4); and
(3) subsection (d) of K.S.A. 21-3303, and amendments thereto, shall not apply to a violation of criminal solicitation to commit the crime of promoting prostitution as described in subsection (b)(4).
21-3515 Patronizing a prostitute.
(1) Patronizing a prostitute is either:
(a) Knowingly entering or remaining in a house of prostitution with intent to engage in sexual intercourse, sodomy or any unlawful sexual act with a prostitute; or
(b) knowingly hiring a prostitute to engage in sexual intercourse, sodomy or any unlawful sexual act.
(2) Patronizing a prostitute is a class C misdemeanor.
At the law office of O’Hara & O’Hara L.L.C. our clients come first and we will do what it takes to defend and uphold your rights. Our attorneys have represented many clients who have faced Prostitution charges. In some instances, it is possible to resolve the case without going to trial. However, if the prosecutor is not willing to be reasonable, we are fully prepared to take the case to trial. We will do what is in our client’s best interests. Since deciding to settle or take the case to trial is always our client’s decision, we will supply the legal advice needed to help our clients make an informed and intelligent decision.
Proven Prostitution Defense Results in Wichita, Kansas
We will defend you or your loved ones criminal case aggressively. Our experienced Prostitution Criminal Defense Attorneys take pride in their work and their case results reflect their dedication to the client. Regardless if you or your loved one has been charged with, being investigated for or accused of a Prostitution Offense, you need aggressive representation immediately.
Contact an Experienced Kansas Prostitution Defense Lawyer
We know that criminal charges are difficult, requiring hard work and dedication on the part of a defense lawyer. We work hard to protect the rights and the futures of our clients. We offer a free Prostitution consultation to discuss your legal matter during which all the facets of your case will be thoroughly examined and advice will be offered to you on how to proceed. If you choose to retain us, it will be our goal to provide you with a service that will be of benefit to you and your family.
Contact us at 316.263.5601 for a consultation to discuss your legal options regarding a Prostitution Offense. Or stop by to visit us at our office at:1223 East First Street – Wichita, Kansas 67214