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The Trial of Ghislaine Maxwell: Part One
The Trial of Ghislaine Maxwell: Part One

Ghislaine Maxwell is on trial for trafficking and her association with Jeffrey Epstein. In this first installment of our Ghislaine Maxwell series, we are looking at how Maxwell’s story began and her association with Epstein. Who Is Ghislaine? Ghislaine Maxwell grew up in ...

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  • Nevada Removes Penalties for HIV Positive Sex Workers

    Nevada has finally issued long-overdue updates to HIV laws, and these changes will firmly establish the Silver State as the only place in the U.S. ...

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  • The Difference Between Prostitution & Solicitation Crimes

    Prostitution and solicitation are different types of sex crimes. The easiest way to explain the difference is that “solicitation” is a charge of ...

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  • Revenge Porn Law in Nevada

    Modern relationships involve couples expressing their love for one another through various forms of technology, including sharing intimate photos or ...

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  • What FOSTA & SESTA mean for Nevada Sex Workers

    FOSTA & SESTA Defined Before we can discuss the implication of the FOSTA and SESTA bills, we must first define them. FOSTA is the Fight Online Sex ...

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  • 5 Common Mistakes People Make When Accused of a Sex Crime

    Since the start of the #MeToo movement, sexual assault allegations have significantly increased within the past year. Unfortunately, mere ...

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  • Sexual Assault in the Media: Getting to the Truth

    Media Attention Toward Sexual Misconduct Allegations This week’s news featured developments in two high-profile sexual assault cases. On Wednesday, ...

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  • Is Prostitution Legal in Las Vegas and in the Entire State of Nevada?

    Where is Prostitution Legal in Nevada? Although prostitution is against the law in most areas of the United States, the rules are different in the ...

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  • What Happens If I Fail to Register as a Sex Offender?

    Within 48 hours of being released from custody or crossing state lines into Nevada, you are required to register with your local law enforcement ...

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  • Do I Have to Register as a Sex Offender Forever in NV?

    If a person has been convicted of a sex crime in Las Vegas, one of the penalties include registration in the Nevada Sex Offender Registry. One of the ...

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