If this your only arrest for this, you would be charged with a Misdemeanor of the third degree, which is punishable by Third-Degree Misdemeanor — Maximum sentence of one year in prison and maximum fine of $2,500
However, if a person arrested for this knows they have HIV or AIDS, it is a Felony in the Third Degree — Maximum sentence of seven years in prison and maximum fine of $15,000
You should realize that an attorney experienced in defending against such a charge will be able to give you options to fight the charge. He or she can determine if there is a strong case against you. If money was exchanged, the case is stronger. Also, depending on what was said, the case may be weak. Also, there may be an entrapment defense where you pressured by an undercover to do something you would not normally do.
A knowledgeable attorney can help you try to get a plea deal to ARD or AMP I/II. These programs may help you to avoid having a criminal record if you complete community service, counseling and/or pay fines and successfully complete a period of probation. These programs are up to the discretion of the District Attorney and you need to ask the DA to allow you to enter into such a program. You would argue that you do not have a criminal record. Talk about any positives such has family, work and involvement in the community.
Here is a resource to find an attorney in your area if you decide to get one: http://www.pabar.org/public/membership/lrsblurb.asp
You can get a half hour consultation with a Criminal Attorney for $30. After that, you can decide whether you want to hire an attorney. You would also have to pay a $15 referral fee.
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