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  • A common misconception among tourists is that prostitution is legal throughout the state of Nevada. That’s not the case, as Nevada law prohibits prostitution in counties of more than 700,000 residents, and local municipalities can place further restrictions on brothels as well. Clark County, which includes Las Vegas, is restricted by state law from allowing brothels to operate. Since prostitution is heavily regulated, individuals could find themselves facing charges if they are acting outside the law by exchanging sexual favors for money or another item of value. Soliciting a prostitute, sex trafficking, pandering or living from the earnings of a prostitute are all offenses spelled out in Chapter 201 of the Nevada Revised Statute as well. Most prostitution-related crimes are

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