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Sexual Abuse in Relationships

When many people hear the phrase sexual abuse, they imagine physical altercations such as domestic violence. They may also imagine sexual assault or rape committed by strangers. You may not realize that you can experience the crime of sexual abuse within a relationship, committed by your partner, under the official definition of this offense. What… read more

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CBS Evening News – USC Pays 1.1 Billion In Claims to Sex Abuse Victims of Campus Gynecologist

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Attorney John Manly and Clients Discuss Historic USC Sex Abuse Settlement on NBC News

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Child Molestation Statute of Limitations

In most states, there is a statute of limitations on bringing criminal charges against a perpetrator for alleged child molestation. California, however, recently ended its statutes of limitations on most felony sex crimes. This means if you are a survivor of child molestation in California, you can most likely press charges against the perpetrator at… read more

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Sexual Assault Statistics: A Comprehensive Examination

Sexual assault is defined as any type of unwanted or unwelcome sexual contact. Although our understanding of sexual assault has grown over the past decade, it remains a serious and prevalent issue. However, as widespread as the issue is, finding definitive sexual assault statistics can be difficult and information varies from organization to organization. How… read more

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Child Molestation Laws in California

Child molestation refers to many types of crimes motivated by a sexual interest against a child victim. The legal definition of a child in California is a minor under the age of 18. Dozens of specific acts meet the definition of child molestation and child sexual abuse under state law in California. Learning more about… read more

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Attorney Sarah Klein Discusses Child Abuse in Cheerleading with Dr. Oz

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Can You Sue Uber or Lyft for Sexual Assault?

Using a rideshare vehicle should not put you at risk of sexual assault. Unfortunately, rideshare companies such as Uber and Lyft are not very discerning in their employment practices. For example, both companies only conduct background checks on their drivers for the prior seven years, and neither interviews their drivers in person before hiring them…. read more

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Attorneys John Manly and Sarah Klein on CBS This Morning

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Attorneys John Manly and Sarah Klein on the Today Show

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