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The Prince, The Famous Lawyer and The Lurid Sex Scandal

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The lurid tale of a convicted sex offender, Prince Edward and one of the most famous lawyers in the US is enough to intrigue anyone.

But the Prince Andrew / Alan Dershowitz / Jeffrey Epstein scandal also involves some important issues, such as whether federal prosecutors have an obligation to consult with vicitmes of crimes during plea negotiations.

The requirement under the Crime Victims Rights Act, if found to apply, could lead to the victims of Jeffrey Epstein’s predatory behaviour and criminal offending to dismiss a plea deal signed in 2007, which could lead to more charges against him.

 

TIME reports on the issue and how victims of crimes are treated in such circumstances.

On its face, the story is more lurid than pulp fiction: A federal court filing accuses the Queen of England’s second son, Prince Andrew, of having sex in three countries with the self-described “sex slave” of an American financier, Jeffrey Epstein, who is himself a registered sex offender who settled a civil lawsuit by the woman out of court.

A photograph exists of Prince Andrew smiling while he hugs the bare midriff of the teenage girl with his left arm.prince-andrew-underage-girl-and-maxwell

The filing also accuses a famous Harvard law professor, Alan Dershowitz, an attorney for Epstein, of having abused the minor, and describes a larger criminal plot run by the financier to facilitate blackmail. The victim claims she was trafficked by Epstein “for sexual purposes to many other powerful men, including numerous prominent American politicians, powerful business executives, foreign presidents, a well-known Prime Minister and other world leaders.” These men are not named—yet.

Buckingham Palace denies the charges, as does Dershowitz, who threatens to sue the woman’s lawyers, including a former federal judge who argued last year before the U.S. Supreme Court, for disbarment. The woman’s lawyers sue Dershowitz first, accusing him of defamation for calling them “sleazy” in a CNN interview.

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