Orlando Massage Parlor Sting Lawyer
The Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation and the local Orlando police are taking active measures to identify and shut down massage parlors that allow illegal activity. The police officers will conduct massage parlor sting operations by posing as a customer in the attempt to catch a masseuse or parlor owner in the act of committing a crime. These parlor sting operations often result in serious criminal charges, including massage without a license, prostitution and other sex crimes.
At The Umansky Law Firm, our criminal defense lawyers can help you get a second chance. If you own the massage parlor or work at the massage parlor and have been charged with a crime as part of a sting operation, contact our lawyers to discuss your options.
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A Former Prosecutor on Your Side
If charged as part of an undercover sting operation, you could face penalties such as mandatory jail or prison time. You may risk deportation if you are an immigrant. Attorney Bill Umansky is a former prosecutor and has advised law enforcement agencies on how to conduct undercover massage parlor sting operations. Because of this substantial experience, attorney Umansky and our other defense attorneys understand how to determine if the police engaged in unlawful behavior.
Building Your Defense. Is This Entrapment?
Entrapment occurs when police officers, such as those posing as customers in massage parlors, induce a person to commit a crime that the person was unlikely to commit otherwise. This can play a key role in successfully defending against criminal charges stemming from massage parlor sting operation cases.
We will conduct a thorough investigation of the case, examine the evidence that the prosecution is using to build its case against you, and work hard to find the weaknesses. If you have been arrested for prostitution or massage without a license, our attorneys will pursue all avenues for a strong defense, including filing entrapment motions if applicable.
Charged With a Crime Related to a Massage Parlor? Contact a Central Florida Defense Attorney.
If you are facing criminal charges arising from a massage parlor sting operation, schedule a free initial consultation with a defense attorney from The Umansky Law Firm. Call us at (407) 228-3838 or contact us online.