Don’t Mistake The Definition of “Loitering with Intent” to Commit Prostitution

Don’t Mistake The Definition of “Loitering with Intent” to Commit Prostitution

California Penal Code 653.22 PC is California’s law on loitering in a public place for the purpose of engaging in prostitution1. Overview Of Penal Code 653.22 Prostitution is the act of engaging in a sexual act for compensation or remuneration2. You can also be arrested and convicted under Penal Code 653.22 if you were loitering3…

Penal Code 290 – Failure To Register As A Sex Offender

Penal Code 290 – Failure To Register As A Sex Offender

California, like all other states, has a law requiring persons convicted of most sex crimes to register with the city or county in which they live. Officially called the California Sex Offender Registration law1 and found under Penal Code 290, it is also referred to as Megan’s Law. If you are on the registry, your name and…

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PC 653.23: California Law On Supervising Or Aiding A Prostitute

In this guide, I will explain supervising or aiding prostitution laws in Calfornia. Let’s get started… Definition Of Supervising Or Aiding A Prostitute Aiding or supervising a prostitute is helping procure customers for the prostitute or vice versa1. Supervising or aiding a prostitute is distinct from the pandering and pimping laws in that you do…

Sexual Assault Crime Prevention

Sex crimes are a prevalent and controversial problem on both a national and an international scale. Modern sex crimes may involve a single or group of sexual offenders. The victim of sex crimes may experience a variety of grotesque and unwelcoming sexual acts; the most predominate sexual crimes in the western world include rape, sexual assault, child…

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5 Reasons A Prosecutor May Reduce Or Drop Lewd Conduct Charges

Lewd conduct is a sex crime found under Penal Code 647(a). A conviction does not impose sex offender status on you by requiring you to register with authorities for life. If the prosecutor is unable to prove the following 5 elements he or she may reduce or dismiss lewd conduct charges. Overview Of The Elements…

Ending Sex Registration | Megan’s Law

Under Megan’s Law, the state of California is required to register persons convicted of sex crimes and is also required to disclose certain information about these offenders to the public. The addresses of registered sex offenders in California are released to the public. California law also requires disclosure of the addresses and places of employment…