Missoula atty pleads guilty to prostitution charge
MISSOULA — An attorney tied to a Missoula-based prostitution ring promoted through Craigslist has pleaded guilty.
Benjamin Michael Williams of Missoula appeared in Justice Court on Friday and pleaded guilty to solicitation to commit prostitution, a misdemeanor. He was given a suspended six-month jail sentence and fined $500.
The Missoulian reports he was the 12th client or would-be client charged in the case.
The men who ran the ring — 30-year-old Richard Carpita and his then-roommate, 21-year-old Anthony Brazington — have been sentenced to prison for prostituting a handful of fema...