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  • Solicitation and Prostitution in Nevada¬† While there is a prevailing perception that prostitution is legal in Nevada, it is actually illegal in most situations. The only place it is legal is in the licensed brothels, most of which are located in rural areas outside of cities. This misconception leads many to be charged with a violation of NRS 201.354. Many people in Nevada get arrested for solicitation or prostitution as the result of a law enforcement sting operation. Such a sting is technically legal unless an undercover officer posing as a prostitute induces someone to make a solicitation by getting him drunk or spiking his drink. Should this occur, the law enforcement officer is guilty of entrapment, and the solicitation

    Jul 01,
  • Las Vegas: Solicitation and Legal Defense In the state of Nevada, solicitation is the attempted crime of seeking to employ the services of a prostitute. As an attempted crime, it carries a certain amount of ambiguity when presented to a court. Because there is no actual criminal action that took place, defense attorneys can call into question the validity of the charge with a high rate of success. Nevada is a unique state in certain respects, and its reputation gives rise to misconceptions about the charge of solicitation. First, being charged with the crime does not mean that the case will continue through to a conclusion. In fact, many solicitation charges are upheld simply because the accused does not fight

    Feb 28,

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