Prostitution is illegal throughout Clark County, including the city of Las Vegas.
If you have been arrested and charged in Clark County and Las Vegas with grand larceny (“trick roll”), prostitution, pandering, the solicitation of prostitution, or even trespassing or loitering, it is extremely important to contact an experienced Las Vegas criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. You may be facing imprisonment, fines, probation and even sex offender registration. This may be your first offense, or tenth offense. We have thousands of prostitution, soliciting, trespassing and pandering cases successfully.
If you possess a Sheriff’s Card aka: Work Card in Nevada in order to work in the fields of child care, security, erotic dance, adult entertainment, adult product sales, mobile food vending, out-call promoting and entertaining, these charges can get your right to that card revoked and cost you your livelihood.
Prostitution, obscenity, solicitation and pandering are categorized as crimes under chapter 201 of the Nevada Revised Statutes (“Crimes Against Public Decency and Good Morals). Specific details of each statute and the definitions of each charge are itemized on the Nevada Legislature’s website. These statutes provide defense lawyers with many grey areas, around which winning defense strategies can be developed. You may be embarrassed or terrified to seek legal counsel, but hiring the right criminal defense attorney could mean the difference between jail and freedom, conviction and dismissal, a criminal record and a slap on the wrist.