- An increased prison term sentence equal to the federal sentencing standards for anyone convicted of trafficking humans for the purpose of sexual exploitation
- Requiring sex traffickers to register as sex offenders for life
- Requiring all registered sex offenders to disclose their internet account information (such as Twitter, Facebook, email and chat room accounts)
- Mandating human trafficking training for law enforcement
- Providing victims of human traffic offenses to have the same protection as is provided under California rape shield law
- Removing the requirement to prove "force, fraud or coercion" as an element of the crime of trafficking in human beings for sexual purposes
The ruling is a setback to the many supporters of the CA law. California Attorney General, Kamala Harris, says that she will review the ruling and decide on what further actions to take. It is possible that the law could be upheld and enforced as to the other provisions.
PDF Copy of Court Ruling on CA Anti-Sex Trafficking Law