Wash steps up on sol reform!

Washington looking to extend statute of limitations for child abuse

State law currently allows sex abuse charges to be filed at any time if new DNA evidence is found. Without that, the crimes can be difficult to prove so many decades later.

“Statute of limitations currently are archaic and predator friendly,” she said.

The Senate Law and Justice Committee is now looking at extending the statute of limitations so accused child sex predators can be charged up until the victim’s 30th birthday.

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