A man accused of human trafficking under the guise of a consensual sadomasochistic relationship will get a new trial because of the ex post facto clause to the U.S. Constitution.

Glenn Marcus was convicted in the Eastern District of New York of sex trafficking and forced labor under the Trafficking Victims Protection Act for forcing a woman into beatings, sex acts and working on his bondage Web site.

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