|1. Arizona Rev. Stat. § 12-542 (1) +2 years from majority
a. “For injuries done to the person of another including causes of action for medical malpractice as defined in section 12-561.”
1. Majority, yes. Arizona Rev. Stat. § 12-502.
2. Discovery, yes, narrow (knowledge only)
a. Doe v. Roe, 955 P.2d 951, 960 (Ariz. 1998) (finding that where case involves claim of repressed memories of childhood sexual abuse, issues of accrual & whether statute of limitations was tolled by plaintiff’s “unsound mind” under meaning of Ariz. Rev. Stat. §12-502 are questions of fact for jury);
b. Watson v. Roman Catholic Church of the Diocese of Phoenix, Inc., 64 P.3d 195 (Ariz. Ct. App. 2002) (tolling of SOL is appropriate policy for those whose memories are “inaccessible” but, a fortiori, not for those who can remember)
|NONE for most felonies where victim was under 15; none for most felonies where victims is under 18 if the abuser is a parent, guardian, teacher or priest.|