State Assembly finally passes sex trafficking bill

The state Assembly on Wednesday finally passed a bill to toughen New York’s notoriously weak child sex trafficking laws. The revised rules will punish anyone who intentionally promotes or profits from the prostitution of minors with a felony sex trafficking charge, facing up to 25 years behind bars. Currently, prosecutors have to prove minors were......

2 Published By - New York Post - News, Gossip, Entertainment, Sports & Opinion - 2018.06.14. 00:11
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