Subdivision 1. Use in other proceedings.
In the course of litigation under section
any transaction about which a plaintiff testifies or produces evidence does not subject the plaintiff
to criminal prosecution or any penalty or forfeiture. Any testimony or evidence, documentary or
otherwise, or information directly or indirectly derived from that testimony or evidence that is
given or produced by a plaintiff or a witness for a plaintiff may not be used against that person
in any other investigation or proceeding, other than a criminal investigation or proceeding for
perjury committed while giving the testimony or producing the evidence.
Subd. 2. Convictions.
Evidence of convictions for prostitution or prostitution-related
offenses is inadmissible in a proceeding brought under section
for purposes of attacking
the plaintiff's credibility. If the court admits evidence of prior convictions for purposes permitted
under Minnesota Rules of Evidence, rule 404(b) with respect to motive, opportunity, intent,
preparation, plan, knowledge, identity, or absence of mistake or accident, the fact finder may
consider the evidence solely for those purposes and shall disregard details offered to prove any
fact that is not relevant.
History: 1994 c 624 s 4