Pandering is a sex crime in Georgia that is closely related to pimping and solicitation. Pandering involves soliciting a person to perform an act of prostitution on his or her own behalf or on behalf of a third party or by placing a person at a location for the purpose of being solicited to engage in acts of prostitution. Pandering is usually a misdemeanor in Georgia, but can be charged as a felony in certain circumstances such as when a person under the age of 18 is the subject of the pandering.
In addition to other penalties, the name, address and photograph of persons convicted of pandering will be published in the local newspaper resulting in serious damage to your reputation. At Conaway & Strickler, P.C., we understand the implications of pandering charges and are committed not only to protecting you from prosecution, but also to protecting your reputation from harm.Atlanta Pandering Attorneys
In a pandering case, swift action is necessary to minimize any harmful publicity and to get the case dismissed as soon as possible. Our experienced Atlanta pandering attorneys know how to mount an effective response designed to protect you and your reputation. Pandering charges often rely on eyewitness testimony from questionable witnesses or are based on law enforcement sting operations. In either type of case, our skilled attorneys and investigators know where to look for weaknesses in the government’s case and how to leverage those weaknesses into a favorable outcome.
As former prosecutors, the attorneys at Conaway & Strickler, P.C., know what resonates with the prosecution and how to present your case in the best possible light. If you are facing Atlanta pandering charges, you need superior legal representation – the kind of legal representation provided by the experienced attorneys at Conaway & Strickler, P.C. Call today for a free, confidential consultation.