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What Is Human Trafficking?

Human trafficking is the act of placing a person or persons into the slave trade. To force someone, especially someone who was acquired through human trafficking, into labor is called involuntary servitude. Both crimes are illegal in Nevada.

How Does Nevada Define Involuntary Servitude?

Involuntary servitude occurs when a person knowingly subjects or attempts to subject someone to forced services or labor. According to Nevada law, a person subjects another person to involuntary solitude when they force that person to engage in labor by:

What If the Victim Is a Minor?

If the victim is a minor, then the crime is separate. Involuntary servitude of a minor involves a person who has physical custody of a minor, allows them to reside in their residence, and knowingly:

What Is the Punishment for Involuntary Servitude of an Adult in Nevada?

If the victim is an adult, then the crime is a category B felony. The punishment for a category B felony is:

What Is the Punishment for Involuntary Servitude of a Minor in Nevada?

If the victim is a minor, then the crime is a category A felony. The punishment for a category A felony is:

Do I Need a Lawyer?

An involuntary servitude charge is an incredibly serious charge, especially if the victim is a minor. Contact a Nevada lawyer immediately to determine the best way to resolve this criminal charge.

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Last Modified: 11-01-2016 06:51 PM PDT

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