Sec. 3 . (a) A person who commits the offense of:
(2) criminal confinement;
(3) promotion of human labor trafficking;
(4) promotion of human sexual trafficking;
(5) promotion of child sexual trafficking;
(6) promotion of sexual trafficking of a younger child;
(7) child sexual trafficking; or
(8) human trafficking;
may be tried in a county in which the victim has traveled or has been confined during the course of the offense.
(b) A person who commits the offense of criminal confinement or interference with custody may be tried in a county in which the child who was removed, taken, concealed, or detained in violation of a child custody order:
(1) was a legal resident at the time of the taking, concealment, or detention;
(2) was taken, detained, or concealed; or
(3) was found.
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