The Dallas Observer Notes the Shapiro Law Firm‘s Super Bowl Prostitution Defense Practice
Newspaper Article Remarks on the Firm’s Experienced Criminal Defense Practice
(Dallas, Texas) Feb. 3 — The Shapiro Law Firm of Plano, Texas, was referenced in a Dallas Observer article concerning Super Bowl prostitution.
The column, The Super Bowl Prostitute Myth: 100,000 Hookers Won’t Be Showing Up in Dallas, appeared in the newspaper on Jan. 27. It discusses the unique situation regarding the mass influx of prostitutes to Arlington, Dallas and Fort Worth.
The Shapiro Law Firm was highlighted for its estimate on the arrival of 40,000 prostitutes in the Dallas Area for Super-Bowl-related festivities. It briefly mentioned the experience of the firm’s criminal defense practice in defending prostitution or solicitation charges.
Criminal defense attorney Todd Shapiro has been actively monitoring local authorities’ focus on Super Bowl prostitution in Dallas and documenting the legal consequences of a prostitution arrest in Arlington or Dallas. “The police are taking an aggressive stance on prostitution and solicitation and we are anticipating that many will be arrested” he said.
The Shapiro Law Firm is a Plano, Texas, firm that has represented clients for more than 40 years. It offers skilled criminal defense for an array of criminal accusations, including sex crimes. Howard Shapiro founded Shapiro Law Associates in 1973. His son, Todd Shapiro, joined Howard’s practice in 2003 and the firm changed names to become the Shapiro Law Firm.