July 19, 2019

Georgia Laws Work Against Sexual Abuse Survivors: Recent Boy Scouts Admission May Change That

Boy Scouts of America Chief Executive Michael Surbaugh recently wrote a letter to Congress confirming that in the past the BSA allowed credibly accused sexual abusers to return to Scouting. Christian Boone of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reveals how this admission may revive movements in Georgia to change laws that prevent child sex abuse survivors to have their day in court. Read the full story by clicking the link below:

https://www.ajc.com/news/crime--law/sex-abuse-admission-boy-scouts-puts-new-focus/L2KTwdjSWGUsE4ilYOqSPN/

In the recent past, the Boy Scouts of America and Catholic Church in Georgia lobbied against bills that would benefit sexual abuse survivors. However, as more sexual abuse victims tell their stories and call out their abusers in court, Georgia lawmakers may soon realize the desperate need for changing child sex abuse statute of limitations. Abused in Scouting fights aggressively on behalf of Scouting abuse victims across the US, pursing maximum compensation for clients so they can rebuild their lives and work towards healing. Contact us today for your free, no obligation case evaluation.

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