Law enforcement has recently strengthened it's prosecution of commercial sexual activity by focusing on the sex trade as an industry, as well as on other coercive labor exploitation, aggressively pursuing those perceived to profit from it.
Those charged with Human Trafficking in state and in federal court face harsh penalties.
Florida Statute 787.06 makes Human Trafficking a first degree felony, punishable by up to 30 years in prison. The penalty can be enhanced to Life in Prison if the commercial sexual activity involves a child under 18 years of age. Minimum mandatory sentences will also apply if prosecuted under federal laws.
Bradley M. Collins, P.A. has been aggressively defending Human Trafficking and other serious criminal charges for more than 25 years.