Criminal Law Questions? Ask a Criminal Lawyer.
You should speak with a criminal defense attorney right away. Your attorney will investigate the state's case, interview the witnesses, question the police, inspect any physical evidence (photos, emails, phone logs, recordings), and discuss the matter with the district attorney. Only then will your attorney be able to advise you on your best options. You do not want a conviction for prostitution or soliciting prostitution on your record.
If you are not familiar with any good attorneys in your area you should ask friends, relatives, or neighbors for a referral. If that doesn't work, you can try searching on http://www.lawyers.com/ for an attorney in the Memphis area. There are plenty to choose from....
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