CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Wyoming could soon enforce stricter prison sentences for adults facing repeat human trafficking convictions.
A new bill set to be introduced in the upcoming legislative session would impose a minimum 25-year prison sentence to adults who have multiple felony convictions of human trafficking.
The minimum 25-year prison sentence is already imposed when trafficking of minors leads to a conviction.
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