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April 28, 2005

Criminal defense attorney Ronald S. Miller spends his days in front of a judge and his nights in front of a camera--as Don Hollywood, porn star.

"My whole life, I've been one of those people who sees the wet paint sign and has to go up and touch it to see if it's wet," Miller, 56, said in an interview carried by the Associated Press. "I want to experience everything, try everything."

Miller, who has appeared in more than 90 films in the past seven years, said he tells his clients about his night job and has had no trouble balancing the careers. His wife, a former accountant, is also a porn star.

Ethics expert and attorney Arthur Margolis said Miller's moonlighting doesn't break any rules.

"There isn't anything more unethical about that than being an actor or a novelist or somebody who sells frozen yogurt," Margolis said. "The only thing you have to be careful of, as you would in any other industry, is you don't do anything criminal or unethical in the sense of dishonesty."

Source: Associated Press, via the San Francisco Chronicle

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