Prostitution Charge Reduced For Detroit Man With Two Prior ConvictionsNov 24, 2015, by Case Results, Sex Crimes in
A Detroit man was facing 45 mandatory days in jail after offering to engage in the services of another for an act of prostitution. An undercover police officer made the arrest after he was found offering her $20 in exchange for sex. In Detroit, any prior conviction will result in unavoidable adverse consequences for a prostitution charge – the man had two prior offers to engage on his record. Under these circumstances, the man knew he could potentially lose his job as an employee of the post office. Davis Law Group PLLC was hired to represent the man and help save his career.
Attorney Maurice Davis was able to sit down with the prosecutor and negotiate for a lesser offense of disorderly conduct, carrying no jail time or significant penalties. Our client saw a small term of probation, but most importantly, he was able to maintain his employment.
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