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Houston Prostitution Lawyer

Harris County Prostitution Lawyer

Houston, Texas & Harris County Criminal Lawyers Jim Sullivan represent real people charged with all kinds of crimes, including Prostitution whether you are the alleged prostitute or the alleged john.  It is common for undercover female police officers posing as prostitutes to be much better looking than the real women plying their trade. 

James Sullivan graduated from Baylor University in 1990 with a degree in Journalism, the ideal degree for investigating, discovering and telling winning stories in court. In 1993, Sullivan graduated from South Texas College of Law, which is nationally recognized as the top law school for trial advocacy.

James Sullivan later graduated from Gerry Spence’s Trial Lawyers College in Wyoming. Founded in 1994, it is the most selective and prestigious trial advocacy program in America. The methods taught at TLC are not taught anywhere else. The 1,150 graduates form an extremely unique community of the most accomplished trial lawyers in the United States.
If you need a Harris county criminal defense trial attorney, call Sullivan at 281-546-6428.


TEXAS PENAL CODE Sec. 43.02.  PROSTITUTION.  (a)  A person commits an offense if he knowingly:(1)  offers to engage, agrees to engage, or engages in sexual conduct for a fee;  or (2)  solicits another in a public place to engage with him in sexual conduct for hire.(b)  An offense is established under Subsection (a)(1) whether the actor is to receive or pay a fee.  An offense is established under Subsection (a)(2) whether the actor solicits a person to hire him or offers to hire the person solicited.(c)  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.(d)  It is a defense to prosecution under this section that the actor engaged in the conduct that constitutes the offense because the actor was the victim of conduct that constitutes an offense under Section 20A.02.