California Decriminalizes Child Prostitution

by Admin on October 5, 2016

Gov. Brown also signed a bill that prevents conviction of human trafficking victims for crimes committed during their ordeal

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California Governor Jerry Brown has signed a bill that decriminalizes prostitution by minors reports One News Now.

The law is an effort by the government to shift the blame from child prostitutes to the people employing their services.

The move has received criticism with some saying that the law prevents law enforcement from protecting the victims from their abusers.

Chaninat & Leeds law firm in Thailand specialize in serious child abduction cases in Thailand

Governor Brown also signed Assembly Bill 1761  which allows trafficking victims to avoid conviction for non-violent crimes they committed while under the influence of the trafficker.

This law allows courts to overturn previous convictions for crimes committed by victims while trafficked.

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