Thank you for your answer. But one more thing...
In your professional opinion
"What would be the best way
to avoid a charge of solicitation of prostitution?"
I googled legal guru and it seems ( from your website) that you guys are not experts in criminal law and this is a criminal law question.
I an reasonably pleased with the answer above, BUT if you could tell me WORD for WORD how to avoid a solicitation charge all together that will be beneficial.
Specifically, after I PM a potential client my "menu" of sex and quote him a price. Should I type something to the effect of
"The 200 dollars is NOT for the sexual things mentioned above, the 200 bucks is for my company as I am Not a prostitute"
And "If there be sex, it was just of my own free will"
Would that work?
Honestly I don't know if you morally you agree or disagree with my profession BUT I am paying for a favorable answer.
So basically, in your professional opinion "How do I NOT get caught with solicitation!"
If you just give it to me straight, I will rate you entirely with HAPPY faces and be VERY satisfied with your answer, thanks!
Ok, I apologize for mistaking the Law Guru's website for you.
Also, an attorneys job is to advise their client on how to NOT
run afoul concerning legal matters, so for you to tell me what NOT to
say should be the very least the an attorney I hired should do!
This is my first time trying this site and the 30 bucks is just enough money to lose to convince me to go to a local criminal attorney in Van Nuys, Ca and spend 200 bucks for an hour of REAL information that would actually PREVENT me from getting arrested!
Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX that the info was OK, but help with a disclaimer or discussing what NOT to say to get arrested is what I am looking for and am willing to pay more for.
Thank you! I will rate accordingly...
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