Criminal Justice

Attorney Pleads to Prostitution Misdemeanor, Gets Court Supervision


A young attorney who resorted to prostitution several months before getting her Illinois law license has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge.

Reema Bajaj had originally faced a felony case. She was sentenced to court supervision, community service and a $2,500 fine, reports the Chicago Sun-Times.

Her conviction can be expunged after she completes 24 months of court supervision.

Earlier coverage:

ABAJournal.com: “Lawyer Is Charged with Prostitution, Allegedly Tells Police She Gave It Up After Passing Bar”

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