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It is known as the oldest profession. In some countries—even in a few counties in one state in our own nation—it is a legal commercial exchange in which services are provided in exchange for monetary payment. To many, it is seen as a victimless crime. However, throughout Oklahoma and most of the United States, prostitution is a crime, strictly prohibited under all conditions.
Prostitution and solicitation are typically prosecuted as misdemeanor offenses; however, certain prostitution-related crimes, including pandering or "pimping" and human trafficking are felony crimes. Regardless of whether or not the offense is prosecuted as a misdemeanor or felony, conviction has a serious, long-lasting impact.
In addition to criminal penalties including jail or prison and significant fines, collateral consequences create tremendous hardships. Relationships are destroyed, reputations are ruined, and a criminal record can permanently affect one's rights and privileges.
With a knowledgeable and skillful defense lawyer on your side, you may be able to minimize or avoid the consequences of conviction. Careful defense strategies, painstaking attention to the details of your arrest and evidence, and a willingness to explore every avenue for defense can mean the difference between conviction and a dismissal or acquittal of your criminal charge. Oklahoma state law defines prostitution as sexual intercourse or any other sex act with a person who is not one's spouse in exchange for money or other item of value.
It also includes making an appointment to engage in such activity as prostitution. Oklahoma law prohibits prostitution and solicitation of prostitution under 21 O.