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Florida Human Trafficking Defense Lawyer
Aggressive Defense against Aggressive ProsecutionCases of human trafficking are increasing worldwide. That means that both state and federal prosecutors have been quite aggressive in the prosecution of individuals who are accused of this sex crime. It is essential that if you are charged with human trafficking charges you seek a professional Florida human trafficking defense attorney to assist you. If you do not do so immediately after being charged, the consequences could ruin your life forever.Musca Law attorneys have the experience and skill to effectively represent your best interests. With more than 150 years of collective legal experience, we are fully equipped to handle whatever case you face. We are available 24/7 for client convenience.
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Definition of Human TraffickingAccording to the Florida Statutes Chapter 787.06, human trafficking is defined as “Transporting, soliciting, recruiting, harboring, providing, or obtaining another person for transport.” This is basically modern day slavery which is often done for sexual purposes. When done for sexual purposes, it becomes a sex crime. If a child is or has been transported for sexual purposes, then additional charges can be brought against you, including child abuse charges.
What Constitutes Human Trafficking?There are many different types of crimes which fall under the threshold of human trafficking.
The following are considered human trafficking:If you are charged with human trafficking within the State of Florida, you face very serious charges. Human trafficking is considered a second degree felony.Human trafficking penalties include:
- Transporting or helping someone else transport potential victims to be used in slave labor
- The solicitation of new victims to be used for sexual purposes or slave labor
- Knowingly harboring those thought to be slaves
- Any knowledge that people are being used as sex slaves, or being forced into labor.
- Making any money from any portion of human trafficking
- 15 to 30 years in prison maximum
- Federal felony convictions
- Registration as a sexual offender for life
Call for a Free Case Evaluation with a Florida Human Trafficking Defense Attorney!Accusations of human trafficking should not be taken lightly. You must immediately seek the assistance of a fully qualified Florida human trafficking defense lawyer from Musca Law. Failure to hire a lawyer can affect your life in a negative way forever.
Contact Musca Law for more information on how to defend yourself from charges of human trafficking.