You can of course carry this over to malpractice suits. If a doctor did not intend to cause harm then again it should not be a crime just as it should not a crime for a samaritan to cause harm when trying to help someone if no intent to cause it can be shown. Failure to help someone successfully should obviously not be a crime.
Last edited by Henrin; 08-04-14 at 09:52 AM.
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Its a sickening thought, prostitution, but lets face it, it has been here forever and won't go away anytime soon. Lets legalize it and regulate it, health checks first and foremost.
Twist it all you can, it doesn't make it true....
Heavily regulated in a brothel, yes. On the street, no.
Tell me though, how do you enjoy having to go to the doctor to get access to certain drugs? Prescription drugs are a pretty cool thing, eh? Must be fun supporting actions that limit peoples choices like that.
I think it should be decriminalized, but regulated. For example, you would not want prostitutes hanging out around an elementary school or turning tricks in a public park. There is also some public health issues such as the spread of hepatitis and various STDs.
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