Depending on the facts involved with the arrest, the government may still be able to prove the crime. I would also suggest keeping these thoughts off the Internet as a prosecutor might try to use posts as a way of proving intent. Good luck
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There are no loopholes to crimes. Prositution is prostitution. My advice to you is don't commit any crimes and you won't worry about getting caught!!!!!
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I don't think a lawyer will help you get away with an ongoing crime.
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It sounds like a good idea right? Novel.....It is not.
Not only will the prosecution likely still go after you. They will likely charge a backup charge of not having a business license or something to that effect. Those fines are usually $$$$.
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Nevada may be a good place to relocate to, prostitution is legal is certain areas there. Posting a question to commit a future crime is not a good idea.
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