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The Supreme Court ruled in Paris Adult Theatre I v. Slaton, U.S. 49 () that there is no First Amendment right to show obscene films. Theatres said First Amendment protected showing obscene films to consenting adults. Lewis Slaton, the Fulton County, Georgia, district attorney, sought a court order to prevent the proprietors of two “adult” theaters from showing Magic Mirror and It. Entertainment Law in Tennessee. Entertainment law is an interesting blend of common legal principles and the exciting world of celebrities and would-be stars. In addition to a sound business law background, our entertainment law attorneys know the industry. At Turner Law Offices, P.C., we have spent the last two decades working with singers.

Strip Club regulations upheld by Tennessee Court of Appeals; Sullivan law remains in force. by Kingsport Times-News BLOUNTVILLE: If erotic dancing returns to Sullivan County, legally, it will be under regulations set forth in the Adult Oriented Establishment Act of barring action by the Tennessee Supreme Court. NASHVILLE - A federal judge says the city cannot enforce an adult entertainment ordinance requiring, among other things, that customers stay at least three feet away from topless dancers.