Abuse Claims Less Likely to Be Ignored

Nov. 25 – The Wall Street Journal

Professor Corey Rayburn Yung quoted:

In the past 15 years, many states have strengthened laws dealing with sex crimes against children, making it easier to prosecute abusers who are identified years after their assaults. “There is a growing recognition that minors are slow to report abuse,” [Yung said].

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