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By  TCRII  |  29

So you both screw people for money...

By  Daniel Sandstrom  |  5

Sooo, you're a prude and you can't justify someone trying to get through life doing what they can even if it means they are in the adult industry as it is legal across most of the known world as long as they have a registered business, and if they had to bring clients home, as you would as well, they need to notify you

  Sonotsuave  |  33

Dude are you stupid dumb or retarded? If this is in America and several other countries it’s outlawed, and either way even if it’s occurring in a country with nonexistent or regulated laws, it’s still a fucking concern that op’s a lawyer and therefore has moral implications to his/her job?

By  PenguinPal3017  |  19

How is being a lawyer relevant? You think you'll make a bad impression with the police?

  ChibiChibi_fml  |  27

I'm fairly certain that having a friend who happens to commit a criminal offense is not legal grounds for disbarment. If the lawyer was found to have committed perjury on that friends behalf regarding their illegal behaviors, yes, but for just being friends I don't believe so.

By  TCRII  |  29

So you both screw people for money...

By  Wadlaen  |  21

Well, now you got the possibility to expand your job to lawyer AND part-time pimp!
Depending on how much she works, there's got to be some money in that.

Wish you the best of luck!