Taylor & Ring Supports AB 1138

At Taylor & Ring, we support legislation that helps victims of rape and sexual assault get access to the resources they need. We supported changes in our laws that expanded or eliminated the statutes of limitations for civil sexual abuse claims. We supported federal legislation to do the same. We have fought tooth and nail…

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What’s Happening with Redlands Unified Is Tragic, But Not Surprising

As attorneys who represent survivors of sexual abuse, some of the most complex cases we handle involve school districts. Parents expect that their children will be at least relatively safe from harm when they’re in school, so these cases – ones involving abusive teachers and schools engaged in coverups – can be particularly challenging for…

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California Law Enforcement Nets 18 Arrests in Sex Predator Sting Operation

On March 10, 18 individuals were arrested by the Sacramento Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, in collaboration with federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies, for allegedly engaging in activities related to attempting to contact a minor for sex and other related crimes. The arrest announcement was made by California Attorney General Rob Bonta…

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San Jose Teacher Sexually Assaulted 10 Students in Band Room

Schools are where our children are supposed to be safe. There, they are meant to receive a well-rounded education from trained teachers who should have been vetted by those in charge to be safe to work with children. Too often, however, parents are left shocked and horrified when one or more of these teachers turn…

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Horatio Sanz Accused of Sexual Assault

We can all agree that sexual assault committed by anyone is unacceptable. However, what we often do not consider is how certain institutions condone or allow sexual assault to continue. There are some institutions or people who choose to turn a blind eye while sexual assault is taking place. You do not have to travel…

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