MICHIGAN ONLY STATE THAT ALLOWS POLICE TO HAVE SEX WITH PROSTITUTES DURING INVESTIGATIONS
Law grants police immunity from prosecution if they’ve had sex with prostitute during investigation
Michigan has a law on the books that grants the police immunity from prosecution if they’ve had sex with a prostitute during an investigation.
Michigan is the only remaining state we know of which still grants that immunity, but that might change.
Bridgette Carr, a professor and director of the Human Trafficking Clinic at the University of Michigan Law School, is working with Rep. Gary Glenn, R-Midland, to draft a bill that would get rid of that exemption.
Carr first became aware of the exemption a couple of years ago, when Hawaii was “phasing out their exemption.”
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