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Author Topic: Lawyer pleads guilty to prostitution charge  (Read 1155 times)


Offline Ali Katt

http://www.suntimes.com/news/metro/12272400-418/illinois-lawyer-pleads-guilty-to-prostitution-charge.html

If she did this England, would she not of faced a charge?
She would probably just get struck off. A teacher worked as a prostitute part time in England and got made to leave the school. In all fairness the lawyer is pretty.

Offline jackdaw

Prostitution is not illegal in this country, so unless she broke some related laws, she wouldn't be on a charge at all. (Indeed people who read the e-mails might have a case to answer?)

Personally also doubt that she would be struck off. (Difficult to justify since she would have broken no law, and not damaged any client. But... then again... the legal authorities have their fair share of "Holy Joes".)

Offline smiths

Prostitution is not illegal in this country, so unless she broke some related laws, she wouldn't be on a charge at all. (Indeed people who read the e-mails might have a case to answer?)

Personally also doubt that she would be struck off. (Difficult to justify since she would have broken no law, and not damaged any client. But... then again... the legal authorities have their fair share of "Holy Joes".)

Indeed its not illegal but in contracts of employment are often clauses about acceptable behaviour, in addition if a professional like a solicitor she will be part of their own professional body.

So they might view her working as a WG as bringing the firm and/or profession into disrepute. I view this as wrong myself but that could be the reality. Also if outed as a WG how embarrassed could she feel, perhaps enough to give up the job or move elsewhere, sadly it still comes with a stigma.


Prostitution is not illegal in this country, so unless she broke some related laws, she wouldn't be on a charge at all. (Indeed people who read the e-mails might have a case to answer?)

Personally also doubt that she would be struck off. (Difficult to justify since she would have broken no law, and not damaged any client. But... then again... the legal authorities have their fair share of "Holy Joes".)

I'd like to know that too.

Offline adindas

This begs another query. Why undercover cops want to exhaust resources in investigating the case like this?  This might be because of she has a lot of enemies or her law society tip the copper.

Many people do not mind sleeping with attractive people from the opposite sex for free. If she or anyone else meets an attractive looking bloke in a pub/bar or anywhere else why should she resist. If they could get $100 is even better. As long as the other party do not deny it you could always argue you are not paying for sex but paying for a good quality time together.


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