DA provides plea deal in ‘Flush the Johns’ cases

Nassau County DA Kathleen Rice says most of the men will now be able to plead guilty to disorderly conduct, leaving them with no criminal record.

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WOODBURY - There is a major development in the ‘Flush the Johns’ prostitution sting that resulted in the arrests of 104 men.

Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice says most of the men will now be able to plead guilty to disorderly conduct, leaving them with no criminal record.

If they take the plea deal, the defendants must perform 35 hours of community service and complete a class in a new “Reset Program.”

The program covers topics like the impact of human trafficking and the link between child sex abuse and prostitution. 

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