SOL vs. perp: None if events forming the civil claim led to conviction of first-degree aggravated sexual or sexual assault
Age 48 for all others  (even if previously expired)
SOL vs. employer: None if events forming the civil claim led to conviction of first-degree aggravated sexual or sexual assault
Age 48 for all others  (even if previously expired)

Majority Tolling: No
Discovery Tolling: X – No

Age of Consent: 16

None for Class A felony (enacted in 2002)
Age 40 OR (date law enforcement notified + 5 years) for other felonies (enacted in 2002)

Doe v. Hartford Roman Catholic Diocesan Corp., 317 Conn. 357, 119 A.3d 462 (Conn. 2015) http://sol-reform.com/hartford.pdf

2015 Pending Legislation

No pending bills at this time.  View SOL Snapshot

Professor Marci A. Hamilton Testimony

Connecticut Child Sex Abuse & Statutes of Limitations News

UConn music prof abuses sick boys. Sounds like Sandusky mo

UConn professor placed on leave as police investigate sex abuse…
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Doe No. 1 v. Knights of Columbus, 930 F.Supp.2d 337 (D. Conn. 2013)

holding that Connecticut’s thirty-year statute of limitations applied to Plaintiff’s negligence claims, and finding that because Plaintiff filed the action only twenty-four years after he turned eighteen, Plaintiff’s action was timely
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Dennany v. Knights of Columbus, No. ___, 2011 WL 3490039 (D. Conn. Aug. 10, 2011)

holding that Plaintiff could not toll his claim based on allegations of Defendant’s breach of fiduciary duty and fraudulent concealment because Plaintiff did not sufficiently plead that he was “unaware of the facts giving rise to his negligence claim.”

Debating The Statute of Limitations In Child Sexual Abuse Cases; Current Limit Of Age 48 Would Be Lifted Under Bill, Christopher Keating, Courant Blogs.com

The current age of 48 was established by the legislature in 2002 when lawmakers said that a victim should have 30 years to make a claim upon reaching the age of 18. As such, the age of 48 was written into the law.

Bill Would Eliminate Time Limit For Filing Child Sex-Abuse Suits, Arielle Levin Becker, The Hartford Courant

State lawmakers have introduced legislation to eliminate the statute of limitations on civil cases stemming from child sexual abuse, exploitation or assault.