Prostitution is a form of sex trafficking for which the State of Texas has no tolerance.
Paying or receiving payment for the purposes of sex acts and intercourse is a serious criminal offense in Texas. Additionally, if you assist or promote prostitution, you will also face criminal charges.
Convictions of being on either side of a prostitution offense can result in heavy fines and possible jail time. Additionally, they can have severe consequences on your health, career and family. If you are facing a charge or arrest, remain calm and silent and only ask for your lawyer. Ask for Morgan Bourque.
As a former prosecutor, Morgan tried hundreds of prostitution charges. Now as a leading Texas prostitution defense lawyer, he continually adds to his record of success in and out of the courtroom. He has demonstrated how inaccurate claims, misunderstandings and unreliable eyewitness accounts can improperly influence prostitution charges. No matter how dire the odds may seem, Morgan represents each client with the same passion and zeal, often to favorable outcomes. He will work to challenge the claims at trial and have the charges dismissed or the penalties reduced at every stage in your case.
In 2016, nearly 3,800 prostitution arrests were made in Texas. Alleged offenders often also face other serious charges, such as sex offenses, commercialized vice, human trafficking and even rape. Police are cracking down on prostitution and illegal sexual activity in Texas, and if you are arrested, they may look to make an example of you. If you have been suspected of prostitution offenses, you may feel as though your life will be forever changed.
Good people can make mistakes and sometimes innocents get caught in a web of suspicion. Before you take any other action, you should contact Morgan Bourque for the best possible defense strategy and representation.
We service the following areas in Texas; Harris County, Montgomery County, The Woodlands, Houston, Spring, Conroe, Montgomery, Magnolia and Oak Ridge.
Call now to review your prostitution charges and begin establishing a successful defense.