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Legal Information: North Dakota
12.1-41-02. Trafficking an individual
1. A person commits the offense of trafficking an individual if the person knowingly recruits, transports, transfers, harbors, receives, provides, obtains, isolates, maintains, or entices an individual in furtherance of:
a. Forced labor in violation of section 12.1-41-03; or
b. Sexual servitude in violation of section 12.1-41-04.
2. Trafficking an individual who is an adult is a class A felony.
3. Trafficking an individual who is a minor is a class AA felony.
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