Wednesday, 13 February 2013 16:30

Supreme Court to Begin Prostitutes' Privacy Case

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Supreme Court to Begin Prostitutes' Privacy Case
Portland - Litigators in Maine will argue today over whether prostitutes have a right to privacy if they're recorded without their consent.
The state's Supreme Court will hear arguments today by prosecutors who are seeking to reinstate nearly 50 counts of invasion of privacy against Mark Strong, Jr. Strong, the man accused of videotaping people having sex without their knowledge, saw his charges dismissed previously by a judge. He also faces more than a dozen counts of promoting prostitution.
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