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Jennifer S. Bolton, Esq.
1900 E. Bonanza Rd.
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Phone: 702-383-8700
Fax: 702-383-6106

John E. Cereso
Attorney at Law
Nevada Law Group LTD

2920 N. Green Valley Pkwy. Bldg 8 Ste. 812
Henderson,NV 89014
Phone: 702-946-8100
Fax:     702-946-8101
E-mail: jec@nevadalawgroup.com



Allen Lichtenstein
(702) 433-2666
3315 Russell Rd
# H222
Las Vegas, NV 89120-3459
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Lawyers Elsewhere

Caleb LH Marker, Attorney
Consumer Law Center, PLLC
408 Wildwood Avenue
Jackson, Michigan 49201

Telephone: (517) 998-7400
Direct: (517) 998-3020
Conference: (517) 417-5700
Facsimile: (888) 490-7750
Website: www.
E-mail: Marker@ConsumerPractice.com

Legal Resources

Lawrence G. Walters, Esq.
Weston, Garrou, DeWitt & Walters
781 Douglas Ave.
Altamonte Springs, FL 32714
Voice: 407.975.9150
Toll Free: 800.530.8137
Fax: 407.774.6151
email: Larry@lawrencewalters.com

Lambda Legal
Lambda Legal is a national organization committed to achieving full recognition of the civil rights of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgender people and those with HIV through impact litigation, education and public policy work.


Legal News

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Advertising Online Escorts Analyzing the Legal Issues

Obscenity in the Digital Age: The Re-Evaluation of Community Standards


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Flex Your Rights! 

Free speech Coalition

Lawrence G. Walters, First Amendment law
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New Zealand's Prostitution Reform Act
The Prostitution Reform Act was passed by Parliament in June 2003. Among other things, this Act decriminalises prostitution in New Zealand, and introduces provisions to protect the health and safety of sex workers and their clients. The Act prohibits anyone under 18 years old working as a prostitute."
This legislation is the most ideal for sex workers and their communities world wide. SWOP-LV and SCAPA recommend this legislation highly.

New Zealand Prostitutes' Collective page 

Model Decriminalization Legislation (from PENET)
PENET Editor's Note: This was proposed legislation, not yet adopted in South Australia. This is submitted as model legislation which decriminalizes and regulates the industry. In Australia there is a precedent for this legislation. For example, The Prostitution ACT of 1992 (currently in effect) from the Australian Capital Territories contains some of these provisions, but is not a complete model for decriminalization. Please note that a number of the regulations contradict some sex workers' rights agendas. These are explained in the editor's notes linked to this text [on PENET].


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