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  • Assemblywoman Re-Introduces Bill to Help Survivors of Childhood Sexual Assault
    Assemblywoman Re-Introduces Bill to Help Survivors of Childhood Sexual Assault

    California Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez is reintroducing legislation that would give survivors of childhood sexual assault more time to report their abuse. This new legislation would be another ...

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  • $12.5M Settlement Reached in Sacramento School Molestation Case
    $12.5M Settlement Reached in Sacramento School Molestation Case

    The Law Offices of Joseph C. George, Ph.D. teamed with the firm of Dreyer, Babich, Buccola, Wood, and Campora to earn a monumental victory on behalf of a young girl who was repeatedly sexually abused ...

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  • Former Student and Sexual Abuse Survivor Files Lawsuit Against St. Francis High School and the Sacramento Diocese
    Former Student and Sexual Abuse Survivor Files Lawsuit Against St. Francis High School and the Sacramento Diocese

    Bailey Boone, a victim of sexual abuse by a former St. Francis High School softball coach, filed a lawsuit alleging the school and the Sacramento Catholic Diocese failed to protect her from St. ...

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  • Catholic Church Updates on Child Predators Acutely Familiar
    Catholic Church Updates on Child Predators Acutely Familiar

    Media accounts across the country recently announced yet another update on priest pedophiles from California Catholic Church bodies. And so it goes. The Diocese of Orange County updates its 2004 list ...

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  • Gov. Brown's Veto Discourages Sexual Abuse Victims, Advocates
    Gov. Brown's Veto Discourages Sexual Abuse Victims, Advocates

    California’s large and understandably impassioned community of child sex abuse victims and their advocates might well designate this past Monday as a day of remembrance and profound mourning. With a ...

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  • How Does a Child’s Mind Work After Sexual Assault Victimization?
    How Does a Child’s Mind Work After Sexual Assault Victimization?

    If Dean Kilpatrick was sitting on a U.S. Senate panel evaluating the sexual abuse claims of a woman against a high-level judicial nominee, his perspectives and input on the subject would be singular, ...

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