Sex Trafficking: Proposals in the 114th Congress to Amend Federal Criminal Law
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[Excerpt] The 114th Congress opened with the introduction of a number of proposals that address human trafficking, particularly sex trafficking. Among them were proposals to amend existing federal criminal law, which would expand the coverage of federal sex trafficking laws; amend bail provisions; raise the limits on supervised release; authorize more extensive wiretapping; and adjust the application of federal forfeiture and restitution laws.
sex trafficking; criminal law; Congress