“It is outrageous that someone who was sexually assaulted as a child can actually run out of time to seek justice before they’re ready to come forward and tell their story. We’ve seen in case after case that survivors might need decades before they’re prepared to hold their abusers accountable. They should have all the time they need.”
- Assemblywoman Gonzalez Fletcher
February 16, 2018
On January, 19, 2019 California Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher introduced legislation to change the statute of limitations for childhood sexual assault. Assembly Bill No. 218 proposes amendments to Sections 340.1 and 1002 of the California Code of Civil Procedure and Section 905 of the Government Code relating to childhood sexual abuse.
If passed, Assembly Bill No. 218 would:
Read the complete Assembly Bill 218.
Every survivor of child sexual abuse should be allowed to come forward when he or she is ready. If you decide to contact us and share your story, we want you to know that your privacy will be respected and protected. We have worked with child sexual abuse survivors for over 30 years and understand how difficult it is to take this step. Your identity will remain confidential throughout the entire process. Contact us today.