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Does a sex-for-food/protection arrangement qualify as rape?

Socially the woman has become a "kept woman". It would not be rape, at least in most jurisdictions, because the officer is using neither force nor threats of force. The duress is from her ...
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Can a USA federal employee use a prostitute in a Las Vegas where it is legal?

Short Answer It is not illegal for a federal employee or anyone else, who is not subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice, to travel to Nevada for the purposes of engaging the services of a ...
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Is there a right to contract oneself, or one’s dependents, into servitude?

NO (mostly). Servitude means that the employer, or owner of the indenture, or whatever, can use physical force to make the indentee carry out the work given. If the indentee runs away they can be ...
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Does it violate equal protection for the prosecution to use crossdressing as evidence of intent to commit prostitution?

Does it violate equal protection for the prosecution to use crossdressing as evidence of intent to commit prostitution? No. Crossdressing was not the (or a) reason why the police officers arrested ...
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Is there a right to contract oneself, or one’s dependents, into servitude?

Yes It’s called a contract - in return for some benefit, you agree to limit your future actions. You can contract for yourself but you generally bind another to a contract although legal guardians can ...
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Can a USA federal employee use a prostitute in a Las Vegas where it is legal?

First of all, contrary to popular legend, it is not legal for anyone regardless of employer to solicite prostitution in Las Vegas. While Prostitution is Legal in Nevada, Clark County, the county in ...
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