This guide provides state court practitioners a comprehensive resource for: clarifying the types and dynamics of sex and labor human trafficking involving U.S. citizens and foreign nationals present in jurisdictions across the nation; identifying how traffickers and victims might appear in different types of state court cases, including criminal, family, juvenile, child protection, ordinance violation, and civil cases; accessing tools and guidelines for using the tools to help courts identify and process cases where trafficking is involved; and accessing links to other resources to help courts address trafficking-related problems.
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