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A man has been convicted of purchasing sex, in what is the first conviction under new prostitution laws introduced in April It is the first conviction under Section 25 of the Criminal Law Sexual Offences Act , which was enacted on April 3, after being signed into law by then justice minister Frances Fitzgerald. Mr Mason was charged with paying, giving, offering or promising to pay or give money or any other form of remuneration or consideration for the purpose of engaging in sexual activity with a prostitute.
The Oireachtas Justice Committee recommended the new offence in a report it published in June Ruhama, which works with women affected by prostitution and sex trafficking, welcomed the conviction. Woman in 90s who doctors say needs palliative care cannot be removed from hospital, court rules. Tusla need to 'get their act together' about putting youths in hostels, court hears. Ryanair asks High Court for orders preventing next week's proposed strike by its pilots.
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