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New York Consolidated Laws, Penal Law - PEN § 135.37 Aggravated labor trafficking

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A person is guilty of aggravated labor trafficking if he or she compels or induces another to engage in labor or recruits, entices, harbors, or transports such other person to engage in labor by means of intentionally unlawfully providing a controlled substance to such person with intent to impair said person's judgment.

Aggravated labor trafficking is a class C felony.

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