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SOL vs. perp: Age 35
SOL vs. employer: +2 years from majority = Age 20

Majority Tolling: Age 18
Discovery Tolling: ?

Age of Consent: ?

None for 1st degree sexual assault, or repeated class A or B felony offenses against the same child

2015 Pending Legislation

Peter Isley, Church still evades payments to abuse victims, Wisconsin Gazette

Peter Isley, Church still evades payments to abuse victims, Wisconsin Gazette

Liz Welter, Marshfield man charged in sex assault of child, News-Herald Media

Brave survivor--reminder that child predators do not quit in middle age

Abuse survivors group insulted by Archdiocesan bankruptcy plan

This is what happens when SOLs and state court First Amendment rulings bind victims and empower coverups and perpetrators

Brave survivor shut out by SOL works for change

Today’s Sunday Kenosha News featured a major set of stories…

Judge Is Asked by Creditors of Archdiocese to Leave Case (NY Times)

Judge Is Asked by Creditors of Archdiocese to Leave Case A…

Proposal to lift statute of limitations for sex abuse victims in WI

http://youtu.be/H8igXJZ6U5U From Fox 6 News By Mike Lowe Thanks…

Hear hear!! Wisconsin Child Victims Act: Justice for victims, protection for children

Child Victims Act: Justice for victims, protection for children By Julie…