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And third, he said, "no one should have a never-ending threat held over his/her head." He did not respond to requests to elaborate.But debate over the criminal and civil statutes of limitations for child sexual abuse offenses has churned among legislators for about a decade, said Cathleen Palm, founder of The Center For Children's Justice."Most kids are abused by someone who has total power and control of them," Palm said. In a news release on his website, Rozzi said in light of the grand jury's recent findings, he is asking his colleagues to contact Rep. Joseph Petrarca, a Democrat who serves parts of Armstrong, Indiana and Westmoreland counties, chairmen of the house judiciary committee, and support new legislation.
For civil charges, child victims have only until their 30th birthday to file, regardless of when the abuse occurred.In an email, Pamela Oddo, Rozzi's executive assistant, called the state's statute of limitations laws "arbitrary and archaic."Palm said some legislators hear that victims have until the age of 30 to file civil cases and the age of 50 to file criminal charges and they think that's enough.