This research study funded by the Southern California HIV/AIDS Policy Research Center (“CHPRC”), UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, is focused on the criminalization of people working in the sex trade or those suspected of engaging in the sex trade. Community partners in designing and implementing the study include AMAAD Institute, East Los Angeles Women’s Center, Friends Research Institute, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, Los Angeles LGBT Center, Sex Worker Outreach Program-Los Angeles, UCLA Health, United Woman’s Coalition and The Williams Institute at UCLA School of Law. The study will look at the use of condoms as evidence of solicitation and experiences of victimization from the perspectives of those engaged in the sex trade in Los Angeles County. These issues are related to the recent passage of California Senate Bill 233. The researchers associated with this study are Drs. Ayako Miyashita Ochoa, Ian Holloway and Bianca D.M. Wilson.