Man convicted of assisting Zumba prostitution asks for leniency
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Lawyers for a Maine man convicted in a prostitution scandal are asking the judge to impose a sentence of no more than two weeks in jail, the same penalty he previously rejected under a proposed plea deal.
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