California Courts: When Is Someone a Pimp?
March 10, 2011
The California Supreme Court is grapping with the question of what constitutes a pimp in the case of a man who attempted to recruit an undercover police officer to work for him as a prostitute.
Jomo Zambia's lawyers argued Tuesday that only someone who recruits innocent victims rather than working prostitutes or someone posing as a prostitute can be guilty of pandering, reports the San Francisco Chronicle.
Read the ful story at SFGate.com.
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Michael @ 3/11/2011 12:43 AM
Now we can waste more money and time because of a liberal lawyer who wants to save scumbags. The law is clear in this area to me. Sorry asshole, you be a pimp.......and maybe your lawyer can start working for you too since she sucks as a lawyer in my book.
This crap drives me crazy, these useless lawyers should be
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