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  • International Adoption Requires an Awareness of Child Trafficking
      by HG.org

    Many international adoptions help to open the possibility of child trafficking with groups seeking to sell children into bondage or for sexual and physical abuse. While many organizations are open and willing to help poor children around the world increase their chances, an insidious criminal side takes advantage of the goodwill to smuggle youths away from these interactions.

  • Link between Prostitution and Money Laundering
      by HG.org

    There are some criminals that use the act of prostitution as a means to cover up the actions of money laundering, and others use the same method of money laundering to stop law enforcement from discovering prostitution. There are several crimes that may occur in conjunction with money laundering, and the person may face severe penalties for each illegal act.

  • Entrapment as a Legal Defense in Florida
      by HG.org

    There are several forms of entrapment the local law enforcement agencies in Florida may attempt against a person under suspicion of participation of illegal activity. Knowing what these are and how to defend against both the entrapment and charges of such crimes is essential and often only possible through a criminal defense lawyer.

  • Types of Sex Crime Laws in Florida
      by HG.org

    Understanding what types of sex crimes that exist in the state of Florida is important to avoid committing a legal violation against another person and preventing any negative effects on the life of everyone involved. In many cases, a Florida sex crimes lawyer is important to defend against the charges of any criminal sexual activity.

  • Criminal Penalties for Promoting Prostitution in Minnesota
      by HG.org

    When a person engages in the promotion of prostitution in the state of Minnesota, it is important to know what criminal penalties he or she will face if convicted in a criminal court of law. The punishments may alter the life of the individual just as he or she changed the lives of those in the prostitution lifestyle after he or she promoted the criminal act.

  • Florida Prostitution: Crimes and Punishments
      by HG.org

    The varied crimes of prostitution that a person may engage in within the state of Florida may cause severely damaging sentences when facing a conviction for the charges. It is important for a defendant to know what the charges mean for the type of crime and how to defend against them to avoid the serious punishments that conviction may bring.

  • What Is Prostitution and Solicitation for Prostitution?
      by HG.org

    Most states outlaw the act of willfully engaging in sexual conduct in exchange for money or other goods like drugs. Likewise, most states prohibit the selling of another person’s sexual services for money or other goods, but these prohibitions may be included in a separate state statute.

  • Prostitution Defenses When Charges are Filed
      by HG.org

    Prostitution is an ongoing problem in many states. Exchanges of money, services or products with those selling their bodies occur with clients often in big cities, but even smaller locales witness such activity.

  • New York Prostitution
      by HG.org

    Prostitution in New York is defined as engaging in sexual relations with another person for money or services. This includes agreeing to engage in these activities or offering to do so. Typically, this crime is a Class B misdemeanor with a possible maximum of 90 days in jail. These crimes are common in certain areas of the city, and law enforcement agents may sometimes use prostitutes as informants for other crimes.

  • Human Trafficking Victims Accused of Prostitution
      by HG.org

    In many instances, women and men have been charged and convicted of various kinds of prostitution. What may not be known is that the actual issue for many of these crimes is human trafficking. These individuals are often victims, not criminals. Without evidence of the culprit of these crimes, it is all too common for the responsible party to get away.

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