Monumental Opportunity for Survivors of Childhood Sexual Assault in California

A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity has been presented to survivors of childhood sexual assault. California state assembly bill 218 has been signed into law, dramatically revolutionizing the statutes of limitations for these deplorable crimes against children and the language used to describe them. Following the example of similar legislation passed recently in New York, the bill opens a…

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Numerous States Revising Statutes of Limitations for Sex Crimes Against Children

Several states will enact changes to the laws regarding civil suits for survivors of childhood sexual abuse this year including New York, where the recently implemented Child Victims Act has already led to hundreds of new lawsuits alone specifically against the institution most prevalently associated with acts of sexual misconduct against children, the Roman Catholic…

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Case of Priests Abusing Deaf Children in Argentina Parallels Case in Wisconsin

Yet another disturbing case involving the Catholic Church harboring a prolific predator is unfolding currently in Argentina. Reverend Nicola Corradi and other priests at the Antonio Próvolo Institute for Deaf and Hearing-Impaired Children in Mendoza province currently face charges of sexual abuse against deaf children. In Verona, Italy and later Mendoza, from 2004-2016, Corradi and…

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