BOISE, Idaho(AP) — Human trafficking victims would be able to petition courts to erase their criminal histories under a new bill recently introduced by an Idaho Senate panel. The IdahoPress-Tribune reports that the Senate Judiciary and Rules Committee introduced a bill that would allow courts to vacate convictions for prostitution and other non-violent crimes as a result of enslavement.
Listen to KID NewsRadio’s full interview with Jennifer Saunders about the free, local screening of Operation Toussaint IDAHO FALLS, Idaho — A free, local screening of a documentary on Wednesday, July 18 is aiming […]
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho — At a young age, Stephanie Silva found herself not only a victim of human sex trafficking, but also victim of attempted murder. “I experienced huge amounts of trauma, violence,” Stephanie Silva, […]
IDAHO FALLS, ID – KID Newsradio is hosting an event to address the challenge of disrupting human sex trafficking in east Idaho on Wednesday, March 14 at the Hillcrest Performing Arts Center. EMANCIPATION: Disrupting the […]