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Friday, February 5, 2016

Farrelly PC Client Has Solicitation for Prostitution Charges Dismissed

A Farrelly PC client had his Solicitation for Prostitution charge dismissed in DC Superior Court pursuant to a deferred prosecution agreement.  Had the client been convicted of Solicitation for Prostitution, he would have faced potential jail time of up to 90 days and/or a $500 fine.  In addition, the stigma of a conviction of this nature could carry potential permanent consequences moving forward.

Read more about deferred prosecution agreements and Solicitation for Prostitution defense here and here.


Friday, November 6, 2015

Washington, DC Bail Reform Act Charge DISMISSED

Farrelly PC client facing one count of sexual solicitation and one count of bail reform act  violation (failing to appear in court) had the bail reform act violation charge dismissed pursuant to plea agreement.  The client received a sentence of 30 days with credit for time served with no additional probation or jail time.  

The bail reform act charge carried a maximum penalty of 180 days in jail and a mandatory penalty of 90 days in jail that must run consecutive to any other sentence in addition to a potential $1,000 fine.

Read more about Farrelly PC and Sexual Solicitation defense here.


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