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What you copy and pasted is a list of elements of a crime. It doesn't mean that a police officer has to witness every single element with their own eyes. As far as ID'ing you. Your face would be next to hundreds of others who entered the parlor Very unlikely even if they have good faceshots. It takes a good deal of effort to ID someone and even more to validate to the point they will prosecute. They don't do it for such a large amount of people. This becomes even more unlikely if you don't have a previous prostitution arrest that they would dig through. Last point, they don't have anything prosecutable unless somehow all these things were to line up perfectly and they got one of the prostitutes to testify. This is extremely farfetched and would all together be an immense effort and tons of bad luck that they had the video, BOLO'd your face out among hundreds, someone in law enforcement recognized you, had the prostitute remember you well enough to validate you from a line up, use the following search parameters to narrow your results:. We use these stings because we do want to intervene at he supply side. Every john gets the same plea deal: probation, a fine, and an anti-exploitation class. For discussion of hypothetical legal questions, or other off topic law related questions please visit Legaladviceofftopic. 34 0 Answer Link 33 points 34 points 35 points. Right, that is unless they put OP in a lineup or photo array for one of the 'providers' and he gets picked out as a customer. Either way, your advice still stands on what to do. Ohio, Got a call from a "Debt" collector with a shifty website from the 90s that had no way of proving I owed a debt and got super offended when I asked them to prove they're legit. Is there a method they can confirm they're legit? Only talk to the police at the advice of your lawyer. 211 0 Answer Link 210 points 211 points 212 points. 68 0 Answer Link 67 points 68 points 69 points. But it limits any useful local advice OP can receive. It sounds like you received these "services". At this moment it's hard to definitely say but don't be surprised if the police come to question you. As another person said, they are likely to be gathering testimony from the employees and one may give a description of someone that matches yours. Granted, they also probably provided happy endings to a lot of other customers so there's no guarantee that you'll be quickly IDed or IDed at all. search for "text" in self post contents self:yes (or self:no) include (or exclude) self posts nsfw:yes (or nsfw:no) include (or exclude) results marked as NSFW. For help in the UK use /r/LegalAdviceUK and in Australia use /r/AusLegal. Get answers to our most common questions, pointers to other sites about the law, and information about finding a lawyer of your own at the /r/legaladvice wiki. This week a large scale bust went down in my city that involved multiple massage parlors. They arrested the operators of the establishments but law enforcement claim they have financial records and video from the establishments that they said will allow them to go after the customers. I used one of the places maybe 5 times in the last 6 months. My questions is this. I always paid cash for my massage, never discussed any kind of money for "services", so nothing can be on record of me paying for favors. So do they really have anything? Can they arrest you for simply being on video walking into an establishment for a message? Just trying to decide how worried I should be. Thanks. A place to ask simple legal questions. Advice here is for informational purposes only and should not be considered final or official advice. See a local attorney for the best answer to your questions. An investigation starting from video surveillance would be expensive and time-consuming, and lacks the critical element of testimony from an undercover officer. Can you point to the specific parts that indicate a sex worker's staement + video of the accused entering/exiting a known prostitution site is inadequate to arrest the accused for a prostitution-related offense?. It's pretty routine for them to claim that. Usually along with the claim is a request that people voluntarily come into the police station and cooperate. Don't do it. Zahabia is the program coordinator of the Kaufman Interfaith Institute. While Zahabia is new to GVSU, she is not new to the interfaith community, being board chair for the Lakeshore Ethnic Diversity Alliance in Holland for the past few years. Zahabia's role is to focus on developing partnerships along the lakeshore (Holland, Grand Haven, and Muskegon). Kelly is the Senior Research Fellow at Kaufman, as well as a professor in the Honors College at GVSU. He works on religious liberty and tolerance, philosophy of religion, ethics, science and religion, and Chinese thought and culture. He is the author, editor, or co-author of more than twenty books and author of over sixty articles. His books include. Kyle is the program manager of the Kaufman Interfaith Institute. Born and raised in Pittsburgh, Kyle is a 2017 graduate of Calvin Seminary where he earned his M.Div. 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