You know, with each year things change. New traditions come and old traditions go. In Michigan, the days of cops legally getting it on with prostitutes has come to an end. Another quaint memory of yesteryear gone. (Of course maybe the cops shouldn’t be busting prostitutes in the first place. But that’s for a different post.)
Glenn said in a press release last month it would help protect victims of human trafficking.
“Michigan will no longer have the stigma of being the last state in the country that unintentionally exempts police officers who have sex with prostitutes during an investigation from prosecution,” Glenn said. “This common sense legislation has received significant bipartisan support because it protects our law enforcement and victims of sex-based crimes.”
The bills are now Public Acts 194-195 of 2017.