A defense attorney argued before the state Supreme Court last week thathe should be allowed to delve into the sexual past of a 15-year-oldmale prostitute on cross-examination.

The boy’s attorney — and the Superior Court — claimed thatinformation is protected by the Rape Shield Law and is irrelevant tothe case against a man who allegedly encouraged the victim to remain aprostitute.

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