Criminal procedures, trafficking, prostitution-related criminal laws, and political environments vary widely across the United States, which means enacting effective mitigation laws will require a nuanced approach specifically tailored to each state. Thus while the Renewal Forum puts forward a model text, it is with the realization that different situations will call for variations on this theme. However, at the basic level the following elements are essential to effective legislation aimed at rescuing and reintegrating victims caught in the commercial sex industry after being trafficked as minors.

Explanation of Model Mitigation Statute and Example Provision

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