ATLANTA — An attorney representing three men, including a former Gwinnett prosecutor, accused of soliciting sex from escorts, said in court documents that the state illegally collected surveillance on dozens of men. A DeKalb County grand jury indicted 61 people last monthincluding an Acworth couple accused of running an elaborate organization out of several rented apartments off Ashford-Dunwoody Road, one just feet from the former Dunwoody police station. It said the Crenshaws employed screeners who scheduled appointments for potential customers.
Their attorney, Rachel Kaufman, told Petchenik her clients are looking forward to being exonerated in court. Boston confirmed to Petchenik that part of the investigation included using hidden video surveillance inside the apartments to identify the defendants. His attorney, Noah Pines, filed a motion this week seeking to suppress any evidence obtained by the video surveillance.
Franklin, Mr. McCarthy and Mr. Pines' motion also said that under Georgia law, the district attorney at the time of the wiretap, Robert James, should have ed the warrants. Instead, Dalia Racine, who is an Assistant District Attorney, is the person who ed the application and affidavit. Lawyer: Escort bust could be in jeopardy after claims prostitutes illegally recorded.
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