DA: ‘Johns School’ possibly coming to LI

The Brooklyn DA uses the school to show people who hire prostitutes that what they're doing has a real impact on lives.

The Brooklyn DA uses the school to show

The Brooklyn DA uses the school to show people who hire prostitutes that what they're doing has a real impact on lives.

WOODBURY - A so-called "Johns School" could be coming to Long Island to warn about the dangers and damages of the sex trade.

Nassau DA Kathleen Rice says she's looking into how the school works and whether it makes sense for Nassau County.

The Brooklyn DA uses the school to show people who hire prostitutes that what they're doing has a real impact on lives. 

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