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Lapdancing may get criminalized in VA says Fairfax criminal lawyer

Lapdancing and motorboating are at risk of getting prosecuted along with handjobs due to new legislation (Legislation) awaiting the governor's signature, that expands the definition of prostitution. As a Fairfax criminal lawyer, I do not expect a gubernatorial veto, but do see the prospects at...

Trafficking evidence – Fairfax sex lawyer says legalize prostitution

Trafficking in sex workers -- in terms of forcing and coercing women to engage in prostitution -- apparently is widespread in the United States. As a Fairfax criminal lawyer, I expect that such trafficking will be reduced by legalizing and regulating prostitution. In places where...

Commercial sex prosecutions- Virginia prostitution lawyer

Commercial sex prosecutions- Virginia criminal lawyer on defending them. Commercial sexual activity thrives in the United States, including adult films and private online shows, live performances, and erotic activity running from massages to penetrative sexual activity. I know this not only as a Virginia criminal...

Virginia prostitution defense – Fairfax criminal lawyer on sex advertising

Virginia prostitution defense often involves police stings, where alleged Johns/hobbyists are set up to meet with would-be prostitutes/providers who instead are police officers/police hires. As a Fairfax criminal lawyer, I know how much prostitution prosecutions waste limited police resources that could instead

Converting 3 prostitution cases to disorderly conduct with suspended jail

The prostitution police stings continue, including in my headquarters county of Fairfax, Virginia. I have blogged before about defenses against prostitution prosecutions. Now I address a unifying approach I recently used in three prostitution sting defenses from two separate stings, to convert the original prostitution...