Tagged: legal

Nearly three dozen states fail to meet conditions of 2006 federal sex offending tracking law 0

Nearly three dozen states fail to meet conditions of 2006 federal sex offending tracking law

Nearly three dozen states have failed to meet conditions of a 2006 federal law that requires them to join a nationwide program to track sex offenders, including five states that have completely given up on the effort because of persistent doubts about how it works and how much it costs.

I disowned my Father after child abuse incidents 0

I disowned my Father after child abuse incidents

The following was posted anonymously and used with permission of the author. It tells the story of a sexual predator and the steps the abuser took to maintain contact with his potential, and past, sexual abuse victims. It also demonstrates the frustration the victims live through when dealing with a legal system that all too often offers more protection to the offender than the victim.

Wisconsin GOP Senate nominee Ron Johnson Fights Child Abuse Victims Rights 0

Wisconsin GOP Senate nominee Ron Johnson Fights Child Abuse Victims Rights

Wisconsin Republican Senate nominee Ron Johnson has long voiced his objections to the Wisconsin state legislation allowing victims of child abuse to sue their abusers. Yesterday, a video showing Ron Johnson testifying against the bill in the state legislature leaked to the web. In his testimony, Ron Johnson makes a shocking statement.

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Child Abuse Statute of Limitations for each State in the United States

The statute of limitations, or the time that must expire before legal proceedings can no longer be initiated, differs for each state. In many cases it can be very confusing. Here you will find the statute of limitations for child abuse civil and criminal cases for each state in the United States.