As the other attorneys stated, it is beyond the statute of limitations for any civil redress. The law now removed the statute of limitations in certain types of sexual offenses, but I don't believe it would be applied to your case, as it was not enacted very long ago. Perhaps you could inquire with the the District Attorney's office. They are the only ones who could bring the prosecution anyway. I really don't think that you will get your day in court. I'm sorry about your situation.
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I am sorry for what happened to you. To answer your question the answer is no too much time has elapesed and the statute of limitations has run.
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No. The statute of limitations passed many years ago.
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