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All Posts in Category: human trafficking

 

Illegal Mexican Immigrant Harbored in North Charleston, Captor Accepts Plea Deal and Immigrant Allowed to Return Home

Posted by Reese M. Stidham on 26 May, 2011

Mexico City ScenesYour South Carolina car accident attorneys read an interesting article in yesterday’s Post and Courier that discusses an alleged illegal sex trade in North Charleston. After weeks of alleged force enslavement and months under federal supervision a 20-year-old immigrant from just outside Mexico City will soon be able to return home because authorities no longer her to testify against a North Charleston woman arrested in connection with a suspected human trafficking case. The reason the immigrant woman is longer needed to testify is because the 28-year-old North Charleston woman,… Read More

 

Police Investigate South Carolina’s first human trafficking case

Posted by Reese M. Stidham on 30 Apr, 2010

You see special reports and Dateline specials investigating human trafficking in the United States and internationally but you never think human trafficking is occurring in your state, much less in your city. South Carolina child injury lawyers want to you to know that South Carolina’s first human trafficking case has just been discovered.

Human trafficking is when a person, in most cases a minor, is taken against their will and forced to work or perform acts against their will. The trafficked person usually only receives a very small portion of the profit they earn, if they actually receive… Read More