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Sex Trafficking Court Holds Hope For The Oft-Blamed

First-of-its-kind court shows a needed shift in thinking, but must address supply and demand.

, The National Law Journal

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The New York State Judiciary announced a groundbreaking Human Trafficking Intervention Initiative last month to address the state's festering problem of sex trafficking. The effort's linchpin is simple: Treat trafficking victims like victims — even if arrested for prostitution.

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Originally appeared in print as Sex Trade Court Holds Hope for the Oft-Blamed

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