The Defendant was pulled over by officers from the Broward Sheriff’s Office for unlawfully violating a red light while traveling with a female passenger. The Defendant and passenger were we both required by officers to exit the vehicle. The officers then questioned the Defendant about what he had been doing with the female passenger, but did not see any criminal act of prostitution or other crime. The Defendant admitted to the officers that he had paid the female passenger for sex hours earlier. The officers issued a Notice of Appearance in lieu of arrest for Soliciting a Prostitute. The firm filed a Motion to Suppress on grounds that the Defendant’s statement was inadmissible because the officers, outside of that statement, had no evidence that the “body of the crime” had been committed. The State conceded to our Motion and all charges against the Defendant were Dropped.