If convicted of a prostitution charge, there are a variety of collateral consequences that a person can face. These are separate from the criminal penalties, and can be life-changing consequences. These consequences make fighting the a prostitution charge even more important.
Most collateral consequences arise when a potential employer or landlord does a background check. Common challenges include:
- Job loss or difficulty finding a new job
- Loss of family
- Loss of vehicle or other property if it was used in the commission of the crime
- Difficulty finding a place to live
- Issues with going to college or getting financial aid.
Contact Attorney Carson J. Heefner Today
There are many long-term consequences associated with prostitution. If you or a loved one has been charged with a prostitution-related offense, it is important to seek the representation of an experienced and skilled criminal attorney. To learn more about how Carson Heefner can help you, call 612-202-8971 to request a free consultation.