Theoretically yes, but realistically no. It would solely be your word against his as it is impossible to collect any medical evidence. It is highly doubtful any prosecutor would take the case.Ask a similar question
I agree with the other answer. Without evidence it will be difficult to convince a prosecutor to take the case. However, there is no harm in reporting the crime.Ask a similar question
you definitely need to report it. Although the prosecutor may not do anything there's one thing for sure if you don't report it there's a hundred percent guarantee that they won't do anything.Ask a similar question
You need to contact the police and at the very least make a report. Did you ever tell any friends or family members about the abuse?
This is general information and not legal advise. This communication does not create a lawyer-client relationship.Ask a similar question
You may always report a crime and I encourage you to do so. Whether or not it is legally pursuable depends on the statute of limitations which includes many factors not listed. When an offender moves out of state, the statute is tolled, etc. If you say that this happened, your testimony IS the evidence. Many CSC offenders have been convicted on the victim's testimony alone. In addition, even if your case cannot be prosecuted, if this man is a suspect in other assaults, your information/testimony may be helpful to other prosecutions. The only answer that matters will come from the prosecutor's office and not from the lawyer's on this site.Ask a similar question