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CASE NAME:United States v. Luciano Salazar-Juarez
ALL PLAINTIFFS:United States
ALL DEFENDANTS:Luciano Salazar-Juarez, Julio Salazar Juarez
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SOURCE:Law Review/Scholarly Article, News Article, PACER (docket search)
TYPE OF CASE:Criminal
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TRIAL JUDGE(S):Irma E. Gonzalez
YEAR OF ARREST:2002
YEAR OF VERDICT:2003
TYPE OF COURT:Federal
STATE:California
FEDERAL DISTRICT:Southern District Court
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AGE OF VICTIM(S):Minor
NUMBER OF VICTIMS:100 +
GENDER OF VICTIM(S):Female
VICTIM'S COUNTRY OF ORIGIN:Mexico
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NUMBER OF DEFENDANT(S):3
GENDER OF DEFENDANT(S):Male
TYPE OF INDUSTRY:Sex
CASE CATEGORIZATION:Commercial Sexual Exploitation/Prostitution
FIRST CHARGE:Conspiracy to bring in aliens for financial gain; harbor aliens for financial gain; harbor aliens for immoral purposes; and transport aliens for purposes of prostitution
FIRST CHARGE US/STATE CODE CITATION:18 U.S.C. 371
FIRST CHARGE VERDICT/PLEA:Guilty Plea
FIRST CHARGE SENTENCE:24 months + 36 months supervised release +$300 special assessment
SECOND CHARGE:Harboring Aliens
SECOND CHARGE US/STATE CODE CITATION:8 U.S.C. 1324
SECOND CHARGE VERDICT/PLEA:Guilty Plea
SECOND CHARGE SENTENCE:24 months + 36 months supervised release +$300 special assessment
THIRD CHARGE:Harboring Illegal Aliens
THIRD CHARGE US/STATE CODE CITATION:8 U.S.C. 1324(a)(1)(A)(iii)
THIRD CHARGE VERDICT/PLEA:Dismissed
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SUMMARY:

Beginning in October 1998, Luciano and Julio Salazar-Juarez rented apartments located in Vista, California from Mexican women who had entered the United States illegally. Luciano hired another person to transport a Mexican women to the apartment, with the purpose of engaging in prostitution. The scheme was discovered following the drowning deaths of three Mexican women in Carlsbad, California; Luciano had attempted to rescue the women, who were en route to his prostitution ring. Julio Salazar Juarez was not charged in the information, and remains at large.

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