Legislative Bill 289 raises penalties for sex trafficking to a minimum of one year in prison and a maximum of 50 years.
It would apply to those who engage in trafficking as well as those who hire people forced into prostitution.
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He does this by drawing on more than 15 years of experience during which he has represented more than 6,000 clients, frequently at trial.
The greatest reoccurring element was that of an unattended room.
The victim would report they only left the room for a minute with the door left open to walk down the hall.
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Under current law, the penalties for the offenses range from no prison time to a maximum of four years. Patty Pansing Brooks of Lincoln, sponsor of the bill, called the current penalties a slap on the wrist to those who engage in “despicable crimes.” The bill calls for even harsher penalties for those who involve minors in sex trafficking.“Everybody’s really serious about coming together and saying we’re not accepting this in Nebraska anymore,” she said.
The legislation is endorsed by Attorney General Doug Peterson, the Women’s Fund of Omaha and the Nebraska Family Alliance.
Legislative Bill 289, sponsored and prioritized by State Sen.