Human trafficking survivors get a highly qualified legal advocate

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Human trafficking survivors get a highly qualified legal advocate

Human trafficking survivors get a highly qualified legal advocate

Jamie Quient quit her well-paying job at the prestigious Procopio law firm in downtown San Diego to start Free to Thrive, a nonprofit that will take on the legal messes of trafficked victims.

Source: www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/courts/sd-me-trafficking-lawyers-20171101-story.html

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New court to help sex trafficking victims begins Monday in San Diego

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New court to help sex trafficking victims begins Monday in San Diego

New court to help sex trafficking victims begins Monday in San Diego

A new court program in San Diego Juvenile Hall will help victims of sex trafficking find their way out of forced slavery.

Source: www.10news.com/news/new-court-to-help-sex-trafficking-victims-begins-monday-in-san-diego

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Lawrence Club Owner To Be Sentenced In A Major Human Trafficking Case

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Lawrence Club Owner To Be Sentenced In A Major Human Trafficking Case

Lawrence Club Owner To Be Sentenced In A Major Human Trafficking Case

One of the biggest cases of human trafficking in our area ends Monday with a sentencing in federal court. Dozens of women and girls from the most desperate

Source: kcur.org/post/lawrence-club-owner-be-sentenced-major-human-trafficking-case

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Phoenix Set To Open Complex For Human Trafficking Victims

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Phoenix Set To Open Complex For Human Trafficking Victims

Phoenix Set To Open Complex For Human Trafficking Victims

The city of Phoenix will soon hold the grand opening of an apartment complex for victims of human trafficking.

Source: www.fronterasdesk.org/content/10871/phoenix-set-open-complex-human-trafficking-victims

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Colorado Gets $1.4 Million In Federal Funds To Combat Human Trafficking

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Colorado Gets $1.4 Million In Federal Funds To Combat Human Trafficking

Colorado Gets $1.4 Million In Federal Funds To Combat Human Trafficking

Human trafficking impacts all people — but it’s more common in Colorado than many other states. The 93 cases reported in 2015 , of which more than two

Source: www.kunc.org/post/colorado-gets-14-million-federal-funds-combat-human-trafficking

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