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In Colorado, you induce child prostitution when, by word or action, you encourage a child under 18 to engage in an act of prostitution.
This is a separate crime from 18-7-403 C.R.S. pandering of a child, which involves:
Inducement of child prostitution is a Colorado class 3 felony.
Punishment for inducing child prostitution includes a mandatory prison sentence. Consequences of Inducement of child prostitution, therefore, include:
You may also be ordered to pay a fine of between $3,000 and $750,000.
Defending charges of inducing child prostitution depend on the facts of your case. Some of the defenses we often see include (but are not limited to):
If you or someone you know has been charged with a sex crime or an offense related to child prostitution, we invite you call our Colorado criminal defense lawyers for help.
Our Colorado sex crimes lawyers have many years of defending clients on all types of human trafficking and sex offense charges.
Contact us for a free consultation and discover why we are considered some of the best sex crimes lawyers in Colorado.
Our lawyers represent clients in Denver, Colorado Springs, Aurora, Fort Collins, Lakewood, Thornton, Arvada, Westminster, Centennial, Boulder and other Colorado locations.
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Denver, CO 80211
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