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Court error cited as basis for overturning Monica Jones‘ April 2014 conviction under Arizona’s controversial “manifestation of prostitution” law.
A tweet Monday morning from J Cabou, partner of Perkins Coie, LLP
Jones announced that her conviction had been vacated on Twitter Monday morning.
Jones was found guilty of “manifesting prostitution” after she accepted a ride from an undercover Phoenix police officer during a May 2013 anti-prostitution sting. She was sentenced to 30 days in jail. Her attorneys sought to have Jones’s conviction overturned and the anti-prostitution statute struck down.
An official statement is expected…
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