Based on publicly reported information about New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer's involvement in a call-girl ring, former prosecutors and white-collar defense specialists said Tuesday they're skeptical he could be charged with structuring or prosecuted under the Mann Act. Other lawyers said Spitzer will certainly face scrutiny from a discipline committee if he took part in the prostitution ring. They disagreed as to whether Spitzer's position as the state's best-known lawyer will subject him to harsher treatment.
Legal Consequences Uncertain for Spitzer in Wake of Call-Girl Revelations
New York Law Journal
March 12, 2008