United States Attorneys' Bulletin: Human Trafficking, Volume 65 Number 6, November 2017 [open pdf - 2MB]
This edition of the United States Attorneys' Bulletin covers Human Trafficking. The following articles are included: "Human Trafficking: The Fundamentals"; "The Civil Rights Division's Human Trafficking Prosecution Unit (HTPU) and the Criminal Division's Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section (CEOS): An Overview"; "Proactive Case Identification Strategies and the Challenges of Initiating Labor Trafficking Cases"; "Domestic Child Sex Trafficking and Children Missing from Care"; "The Survivor-Centered, Trauma-Informed Approach"; "Chapter 77 and Beyond: Charging Strategies in Human Trafficking Cases"; "Whoever Knowingly Advertises: Considerations in Prosecuting Sex Trafficking"; "Federal Rule of Evidence 412: Admissibility of Prior and Subsequent Prostitution Evidence in Sex Trafficking Prosecutions"; "Follow the Money: Financial Crimes and Forfeiture in Human Trafficking Prosecutions"; "Mandatory Restitution: Complying with the Trafficking Victims Protection Act"; "Understanding and Applying the Sentencing Guidelines for Trafficking and Related Convictions"; "Evidence Considerations in Proving Sex Trafficking Cases without a Testifying Victim"; "Human Trafficking and Organized Crime: Combating Trafficking Perpetrated by Gangs, Enterprises, and Criminal Organizations"; "Criminal Conduct of Victims: Policy Considerations"; "Combatting Trafficking of Native Americans and Alaska Natives"; "Forced Labor in Supply Chains: Addressing Challenges"; and "Prosecuting Sex Trafficking Cases Using a Drug-Based Theory of Coercion."
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United States Attorneys' Bulletin (November 2017), v.65 no.6