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Human Trafficking Attorneys in Boston

Fighting for Your Freedom & Protecting Your Rights

If you were charged with human trafficking, you need strong legal defense right away. The state of Boston and the federal government prosecute human trafficking offenses to the fullest extent of the law, meaning you face far-reaching and long-lasting consequences for a conviction. If convicted, you could face exorbitant fines, probation, and extensive prison time, among other penalties.

At Dhar Law, LLP, our human trafficking lawyers in Boston are highly skilled and knowledgeable in this complex area of law. Backed by decades of experience, we can provide you with well-informed counsel and help you fight any and all charges against you. We will navigate you through the complicated legal process every step of the way, ensuring your rights and best interests are strongly represented.

Please call us today at (617) 829-9747 if you need effective legal defense from a Boston human trafficking defense attorney.

Penalties for Human Trafficking Crimes

The penalties for a conviction of human trafficking are extreme, depending on the exact nature of the offense and how many charges there may be. For instance, if you were convicted of only having trafficked one person, you could face up to 20 years in prison. You could face more time if there were more individuals or if any of the individuals were harmed, such as sexually abused, assaulted, or suffered from other related crimes.

The law prohibits:

  • Benefitting from human slavery or trafficking (knowingly)
  • Engaging in a sex act involving a trafficked person or child
  • Trafficking a person to be used for harmful or forced labor

What Entails Federal Human Trafficking Charges?

Human trafficking involves the act of illegally transporting individuals from one area to another for the purpose of forced sexual exploitation or commercial labor. Federal law established that human trafficking and any related offenses are criminal activities. This can include holding a person in debt slavery, making profits from human trafficking, and selling a person into involuntary servitude.

At Dhar Law, LLP, we know that these terms and charges can often be confusing. Our Boston human trafficking lawyers are here to explain your charges and the law to you in detail.

To set up a free consultation with our human trafficking defense lawyers in Boston, call us at (617) 829-9747.

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