Does Pandering (PC 266i(a)(2)) Require Trying to Find John?

No, is the answer to the rhetorical question posed in the title to this blog post.  Pandering merely requires the prosecution to prove that defendant persuaded or encouraged a person to enter the prostitution trade when that person otherwise was not so inclined.  In a novel scheme to have sex with various women, a man was convicted of human trafficking (Penal Code § 236.1(c)(2)) on a pandering theory.  To read a short summary of this appellate court ruling, please click on the following link – https://www.greghillassociates.com/does-pandering-pc-266i-a-2-require-trying-to-find-john.html

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