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Law Society Practice Note on criminal prosecutions of victims of trafficking
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Law Society Practice Note on criminal prosecutions of victims of trafficking. Who should read this note?
All practitioners involved in criminal cases where suspects or defendants could be victims of human trafficking.
See also the shorter note by Philippa Southwell of Birds Solicitors, Defending victims of human trafficking.
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