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Michael Jackson, Paris Hilton, Elvis Presley, O.J. Simpson, organized crime from Chicago, motorcycle clubs from Florida, and gamblers that play for the NBA - All the characters arrive in Las Vegas as individuals, but leave as outlaws - Some never leave. Friedrich Nietzsche warned, "In individuals, insanity is rare; but in groups, parties, nations and epochs, it is the rule. The individual has always had to struggle to keep from being overwhelmed by the tribe. If you try it, you will be lonely often, and sometimes frightened. But no price is too high to pay for the privilege of owning yourself." Michael Jackson bought a house, sold a house, tried to get a gig at a casino. The neighbors tried to keep him from buying a house. These are real estate cases lawyers are involved in. Paris Hilton has a boyfriend. He worked for a famous casino owner. His car got stopped and a bag of cocaine dropped out of Paris Hilton's purse. The case went to court. The celebrity case was led by a prosecutor who got caught buying crack cocaine by an undercover police officer. These are the criminals cases in Las Vegas. Television introduced a new show known as Breaking Bad about a chemistry teacher in the State of New Mexico that used his skill to develop meth. As the show became a cult classic to viewers, the chemistry teacher at a high school in Las Vegas got busted making meth and distributing it on the streets of Las Vegas. Lawyers in Las Vegas deal with these cases every day. The mafia's most notorious criminals came to protect the mafia's money in Las Vegas. Mayor Oscar Goodman was the mafia's lawyer. He defended Tony Sliplotro, Jimmy Chagra, and Phil Leonetti. Meyer Lansky started the original commission to organize the mafia. Goodman defended Lansky as well as Lefty Rosenthal, Fat Herbie Blitzstein, and Nicky Scarfo.
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