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  • Selah Freedom president talks about a first for Manatee County

    Selah Freedom president and CEO Elizabeth Fisher talks about the first Manatee County woman who has signed a contract with a circuit court judge to avoid a jail sentence and complete a program to help her get out of sex trafficking.

Selah Freedom president and CEO Elizabeth Fisher talks about the first Manatee County woman who has signed a contract with a circuit court judge to avoid a jail sentence and complete a program to help her get out of sex trafficking. Hannah Morse Bradenton Herald
Selah Freedom president and CEO Elizabeth Fisher talks about the first Manatee County woman who has signed a contract with a circuit court judge to avoid a jail sentence and complete a program to help her get out of sex trafficking. Hannah Morse Bradenton Herald

First Manatee County woman in sex trafficking chooses getting help over serving jail time

April 28, 2017 5:30 PM