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NEW YORK -- A New York judge tossed out thousands of prostitution-related cases dating to the s on Wednesday at the request of the Manhattan district attorney, who announced he would no longer prosecute many offenses related to sex work. The mass dismissal of charges is the latest big step in a movement to decriminalize prostitution — or at least aim prosecutions at people involved in human exploitation, rather than at the mostly poor women who have historically made up the bulk of people arrested.


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Comment below or Send us a Tip. NNYC Love. Vance, who has said he will not run for a fourth term, follows in the footsteps of several other jurisdictions, such as Baltimorewhich have stopped charging people with prostitution and other low-level offenses.

Sincethe office has declined to prosecute prostitution cases, but required those who were charged to complete five counseling sessions. Now, these services will be voluntary.

The Brooklyn District Attorney also dismisses these cases when individuals accept services. Do you know the scoop?

Jaclyn Jeffrey-Wilensky and Nsikan Akpan. Get the Gothamist Daily newsletter and don't miss a moment. Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance will stop prosecuting people arrested on charges of prostitution and und massage, a policy change his office describes as the first of its kind in the state.

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Jon Campbell. Advocates also said the D. Apr 22, PM. Facebook Twitter Reddit. The Manhattan D. But Swenstein said she hoped the NYPD would take this shift in policy into and stop making arrests for prostitution altogether.