A top Swiss court has confirmed a fraud conviction for a client of a prostitute who left without paying. This is being hailed as a significant change in case law for sex workers, who have gained the protection of the criminal justice system. The man had argued on appeal that the immoral nature of prostitution absolved him from criminal wrongdoing. But the Federal Administrative Court in St. Up to now, if a client did not want to pay, sex workers could not sue "because the justice system considered that agreements between them and clients were immoral and therefore invalid", she explained on national Swiss broadcaster RTS External link on Friday.
Prostitution in Switzerland
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Prostitution in Switzerland is legal and regulated; it has been legal since Trafficking, forcing people into prostitution and most forms of pimping are illegal. One estimate puts the number of street sex workers in Zurich at In recent years the number of full service sex workers has increased. Many workers operate using newspaper advertisements, mobile phones and secondary rented apartments, some accept credit cards. In Switzerland , prostitution has been legal since
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