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Prosecutor Still Committed to Anti-Trafficking

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    September 28, 2015
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Lindsey Roberson, an attorney who championed Safe Harbor Legislation in North Carolina, prosecuted many cases of human trafficking…

Lindsey Roberson has left as assistant New Hanover County district attorney in order to take a position in the private sector with McGuire Woods LLP.   She assures others, however, that she is not abandoning the cause of anti-trafficking:  “McGuire Woods does a lot of pro-bono work, so I’m looking forward to showing more private attorneys how they can represent victims of human trafficking.  We are working on putting together training now for people who want to help and show them how to use their real estate or litigation experience to help.”

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