Prostitution of a Child in Florida
Skilled Florida Child Prostitution Defense Attorneys from Musca Law
Sex crimes committed against children are prosecuted with more zeal than any other sex crime. Child prostitution the prostitution of those people who are under the age of 18. Minors are often kidnapped, imprisoned, and forced into participating in prostitution. Unfortunately, it is most often undocumented immigrants, homeless children, and foster children who end up being forced to become child prostitutes. In the State of Florida and throughout the rest of the country, child prostitution is usually linked to child pornography, which can further aggravate the charges levied upon you.
Since our founding, Musca Law has established a track record of success in having charges reduced and even dismissed in some criminal defense cases. Due to our commitment to excellence, we treat each client with respect and give their case the attention it deserves to best overcome their charges. We're available 24/7 to take your calls and to provide legal guidance and advice.
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Prostitution of a Child in the State of Florida
If you are suspected, accused, charged or convicted of participating in the prostitution of a minor child in the State of Florida, you could be facing serious penalties. The nature of your penalties will depend a lot on the circumstances involved. You could face kidnapping, sexual battery, assault, or child pornography charges in combination with your child prostitution charges.
Florida Statute 787 defines the charges and penalties one could receive for kidnapping a child or falsely imprisoning a minor child. The forced prostitution of a child who is under the age of 13 will most likely be considered kidnapping or false imprisonment. These are felony charges in the first degree, and could result in a lifetime prison sentence.
Severe Penalties for the Prostitution of a Child
If you are accused and subsequently convicted of the prostitution of a minor child, kidnapping or false imprisonment, you will face serious consequences.
These consequences could include the following:
- Felony in the first degree
- Up to life in prison
- $10,000 fines
- Increased penalties for repeat offenders
- Mandatory registration as a sex offender in the National Sex Offenders Registry
Call (888) 497-0216 for Defense from Charges of Child Prostitution in Florida!
Crimes against children are not treated lightly by either local or federal law enforcement officials, federal, county and state prosecutors will prosecute with every ounce of their soul. The public is immediately outraged by such accusations and you may face a completely damaged reputation.
If you are arrested and charged with child prostitution, it is important to seek the professional help of a Florida child prostitution defense lawyer. Contact Musca Law to take advantage of representation backed by more than 150 years' of collective experience.