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.
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 […]
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Signs to help victims of human trafficking may soon be coming to highway rest stops in Idaho. The Senate Transportation Committee unanimously endorsed the plan on Thursday. The bill would let non-profit organizations place […]
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, […]