Action Diary - Tree Climbers: SB-131 - California Statute of Limitations
"They know they don't have to keep their victims quiet forever, just long enough to run out the clock."
As has been previously discussed, one of the major issues regarding childhood sexual abuse and justice is that the statute of limitations vary state to state. Often times, the statute has run out by the time a victim/survivor is ready to talk about what happened to them. However, many states are re-visiting this issue and some are making changes:
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