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If the victim is 14 to 17 years old, the sentence can range from 10 years to life. The law applies regardless of whether the child misrepresents herself or himself as an adult, and prosecutors are not required to prove that a defendant knew the victim was under the age of 18. * A 2011 U. Department of Justice study of 389 confirmed cases of sex trafficking involving 460 victims found that: • 94% of the victims were female and 6% were male. • 35% of the victims were black, 22% were white, 21% were Latino, 4% were Asian, and 18% were of other or unknown races.
• 54% of the victims were below the age of 18, 31% were ages 18 to 24, 10% were 25 and older, and 3% were of unknown ages. * For a University of Pennsylvania study of child sex trafficking, investigators interviewed children in 17 U. cities who were sexually exploited for profit via prostitution, pornography, stripping, etc. The study found: • Among 210 victims, 24% were from households in poverty, and 76% were from working- and middle-class households. • Among 107 girls and 63 boys who were prostituted, the "the age range of entry into prostitution" was 12-14 years for the girls and 11-13 years for the boys.   • "At least 95% of all the commercial sex engaged in by boys is provided to adult males."  * The following are excerpts from news reports about different types of sex trafficking cases in the U.
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Force, fraud, or coercion need not be involved.   * For those convicted of child sex trafficking, if the victim is under the age of 14 or if force, fraud, or coercion is involved, the minimum prison sentence required under federal law is 15 years, and the maximum can be as long as life. citizens/nationals, 14% were illegal immigrants, 1% were permanent residents, and 9% were of unknown citizenship.
Accurate and comprehensive data on sex trafficking is scarce due to the covert nature of these crimes.   Many aspects of this issue can only be measured through surveys, but the surveys often involve nonrandom convenience samples that may not be representative of broader populations. Thus, Just Facts uses such data critically, citing the best-designed surveys we find, and detailing their inner workings in our footnotes.
Furthermore, studies on sex trafficking are sometimes based on small sample sizes, and hence, the margins of uncertainty can be significant, even within these convenience samples.
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In response, he "slammed her head against the window of the vehicle," forced her to ingest cocaine, and slashed her arm with a knife, according to court documents.