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Aequitas Resources and Research for Prosecutors

The mission of Aequitas is to improve the quality of justice in sexual violence, intimate partner violence, stalking, and human trafficking cases by developing, evaluating, and refining prosecution practices that increase victim safety and offender accountability. The complex and unique dynamics of these crimes against women demand a nuanced response by prosecutors and a broader concept of what constitutes justice in these cases. In addition to offender accountability, the best possible outcomes must include consideration of the victim's history, experience, and perspective; the impact of the criminal justice process on the victim, and, where relevant, the victim's children and family; and the impact on the victim's workplace and community.

Assisting Human Trafficking Victims with Return of Property and Restitution

Victims of human trafficking face numerous obstacles to justice, among them the re-victimization they may experience when participating in the criminal justice process

Hitting Them Where It Hurts: Strategies for Seizing Assets in Human Trafficking Cases

Human trafficking is a lucrative business that is extremely difficult to identify, investigate, and prosecute. Globally, trafficking activity nets over $32 billion in profits annually

No Victim? Don't Give Up: Creative Strategies in Prosecuting Human Trafficking Cases Using Forfeiture by Wrongdoing and Other Evidence-Based Techniques

The challenges presented in the course of investigating and prosecuting human trafficking cases can be daunting.

Enhancing Prosecutions of Human Trafficking and Related Violence Against Sexually Exploited Women

Almost all sexually exploited women, whether they are trafficking victims or otherwise involved in prostitution, experience some degree of violence, regardless of the venue or type of prostitution activity in which they are connected.

Interviewing Victims of Human Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation: Techniques and Tactics

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Tim Fox, Montana Attorney General

Tim Fox, the Montana attorney general, has worked in public service since 1990.