Elliot Spencer Prostitution Case Summary

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things. During the Elliot Spencer prostitution case, they spent countless hours intercepting 6,000 emails, wiretapped 5,000 phone calls, and heavily surveillance around him. The law enforcement could have been spending time investigating terrorists, or murderers, then wasting time on some alleged prostitution case.
Legalizing prostitution would decrease the amount of underage prostitutes, brothels would have to keep records of the workers and wouldn’t likely get away with having an underage person working. Another is that it would help decrease the number of prostitutes getting pregnant, having a brother or licensed boss could help get them work benefits, could help supply them with condoms, and birth control prevent unwanted pregnancies. …show more content…

An estimate made in said that if prostitution became legal that the rape rate would decrease by 25% or roughly 25,000 rapes a year, which is a lot and would definitely have a major impact. The other side of the argument says that prostitution should be illegal because it is not the woman's choice, that they are involved in human trafficking or that their pimp is forcing them, or that they just need the money, and that none of that is the prostitutes choice, but what's wrong with that is that they do have a choice, waking up and getting out of bed every day is a choice, if you don’t want to do something, you don't have too, nobody can make you. Also, critics say legalizing it will not prevent rape, human trafficking of women and underage kids will still happen, nothing will stop that. The flaw in that statement is that rape and prostitution are two different things, prostitution is selling you for money and rape is against your …show more content…

First Corinthians 6:13 says “ The body is not for sexual immorality but for the Lord, and the Lord for the body”. Using the bible doesn’t make the best argument in this case because, not all people are religious, so many people wouldn’t agree with it. 9 in 10 Americans believe in god, but the one other person's vote could sway the whole process. All in all, prostitution is and always will be occurring and it is and always will be a very controversial debate. Many pros, yet many cons. If legalized the cons would be more like obstacles that the government and law enforcement could work to overcome. The pros definitely outweigh the cons because the cons all can be fixed. Prostitution legalization will change America, it will put more money into the economy, reduce rape, drug addiction, unwanted pregnancies, and many other benefits. Everything about it is considered a job, so it should be legalized just the same as any other job, as long as your qualified and know what to do to be safe then it should be

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