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Florida prostituion laws (Orlando specifically)


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I will be moving to Orlando in April. I'm wondering if the laws in Florida are really enforced. Especially in Orlando. Is the internet regarded yet? If these laws are enfored, to what extent? Is leniency offered to first time offenders? Has anyone heard of escorts being busted in Orlando? If so, what are some of the ways that the police set up their stings? Do they use specific hotels or language in making a date? Any input on this topic would be appreciated.

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Yes, the laws against prostitution in Florida are enforced. The situation is not like that in New York during the Lindsay administration, when the policy was not to prosecute such offenses unless there was a complaining witness other than a law enforcement officer.

 

Yes, law enforcement personnel in Florida do check the Net for sites and chat rooms promoting prostitution, although it would be fair to say that their emphasis is on child prostitution and on people attempting to use the Net to lure children into sexual encounters.

 

Orlando, though it has a significant gay community, is something of a Republican stronghold. The chief executive of Orange County has just been named Secretary of HUD by Bush. I'm sure you understand the implications.

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