The felony charge relate to a woman who first met Dunnings at his office in 2010 when she was seeking help with her child custody battle. After meeting twice for lunch, Dunnings allegedly offered the woman—whom he knew was struggling financially—money in return for a sexual relationship. The woman said she felt unable to refuse, fearing that Dunnings could make trouble for her, and that she would not have gone along with the arrangement had Dunnings not occupied such a powerful legal position.

Why does it often seem the case that those that prosecute others for certain crimes are guilty of those crimes themselves?

Source: Michigan anti-prostitution prosecutor charged with repeatedly paying for sex

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