A person commits an offense of Prostitution if he knowingly:
- offers to engage, agrees to engage, or engages in sexual conduct for a fee; or
- solicits another in a public place to engage with him in sexual conduct for hire.
An offense under this section is a Class B Misdemeanor, unless the actor has previously been convicted one or two times of an offense under this section, in which event it is a Class A Misdemeanor.
* If the actor has previously been convicted three or more times of an offense under this section, the offense is a State Jail Felony.
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A conviction of this charge will forever effect your character and reputation in the community. It will likely effect all aspects of your life, and it is extremely important that you take the matter seriously.
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