The Pros And Cons Of Prostitution Law

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On the other hand, the appellants agreed that the prostitution laws created risks and safety issues for the well-being of sex workers and interfered with their right to security protected under s. 7 of the Charter. However, they argued that there was no connection between the three provisions and whether the provisions added risks of violence to current and former prostitutes. There was no causal connection between the challenged provisions and the alleged interference with "right to security" (para. 73). In this case, the whole basis of the appellant 's argument was that the Criminal Code provisions do not directly infringe the security of a person and that non-direct contact (the client) is the cause of this infringement of security. By blaming

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