New Report on Restitution for Trafficking Victims in the US

1 October 2018
Research Innovation

New research from the Human Trafficking Legal Center and the international law firm WilmerHale shows that trafficking victims in the United States are not receiving criminal restitution as required by law. According to the report, United States Federal Courts’ Continuing Failure to Order Mandatory Criminal Restitution for Human Trafficking Victims, federal courts awarded restitution in only 27 per cent of cases between 2014 and 2016. Read the full report here.

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