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Short Title

Addresses victims of human trafficking 
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Long Title To amend sections 2951.041 and 2953.38 and to enact section 2953.521 of the Revised Code to provide that a person who is found not guilty of an offense by a jury or a court or who is the defendant named in a dismissed complaint, indictment, or information may apply to the court for an order to expunge the person's official records in the case if the complaint, indictment, or information or finding of not guilty was the result of the applicant having been a victim of human trafficking, to permit a person convicted of certain prostitution-related offenses to apply for the expungement of any record of conviction of an offense, other than a conviction of certain offenses, if the person's participation in the offense was a result of having been a victim of human trafficking, and to authorize intervention in lieu of conviction for persons charged with committing an offense while a victim of compelling prostitution.

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Committees

House Judiciary Committee
Senate Criminal Justice Committee
 
 

Primary Sponsors

Larry Obhof
 

Cosponsors

SENATORS
Troy Balderson
Edna Brown
Capri S. Cafaro
Bill Coley
John Eklund
Keith Faber
Randy Gardner
Lou Gentile
Bob D. Hackett
Cliff Hite
Jay Hottinger
Jim Hughes
Shannon Jones
Frank LaRose
Peggy Lehner
Gayle Manning
Tom Patton
Bob Peterson
Tom Sawyer
Joe Schiavoni
Bill Seitz
Charleta B. Tavares
Cecil Thomas
Joe Uecker
Sandra R. Williams
Kenny Yuko
 
 
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