Common Nightwalker

A Common Nightwalker is someone who is abroad at night and solicits others to engage in unlawful sexual acts, most commonly, a prostitute who solicits potential customers on the street.

Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 272, Section 53 punishes the crime of Common Nightwalker with imprisonment in jail for up to 6 months, and a fine of up to $200.

In order to be convicted of the crime of Common Nighwalker, the prosecutor is required to prove, beyond a reasonable doubt:
  1. That the defendant was walking the streets at night; and
  2. That the defendant was attempting to solicit someone to engage in an unlawful sexual act, such as an act of prostitution.
If you have been charged with the crime of Common Nightwalker or any other Sex Crime, you should immediately consult with an experienced Boston Criminal Lawyer such as Attorney Lefteris K. Travayiakis.  He is available 24/7 and can help explain and protect your legal rights.

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