Nov 5, 2018

The Long-Term Effects of Sexual Harassment and Assault on Women

By |November 5th, 2018|Sexual Assault|0 Comments

A new study shows that victims of sexual assault and harassment deal with mental and physical effects long after the trauma occurred. Researchers found that middle-aged women with a history of harassment and assault in their younger years suffer from hypertension, anxiety, depression, and poor sleep. The study, “Association of Sexual Harassment and Sexual Assault [...]

Nov 2, 2018

Relaxed Statute of Limitation Laws Don’t Apply to Civil Rape Cases

By |November 2nd, 2018|Sexual Assault|0 Comments

Relaxed Statute of Limitation Laws Don’t Apply to Civil Rape Cases in California In September of 2016, the California state legislature voted to eliminate the statute of limitations from criminal rape cases. The lifting of these restrictions means that charges can be brought regardless of the amount of time that has passed since the alleged [...]

Oct 4, 2018

Woman Sues Alleged Rapist and Two UCLA Fraternities for Failing to Protect Her

By |October 4th, 2018|Sexual Assault|0 Comments

A young woman in California is suing her alleged sexual assault perpetrator as well as two UCLA fraternities concerning policies she asserts are insufficient to protect future and alleged victims. The woman claims that a man perpetrated sexual assault against her at an August 2016 party. Identified as Jane Doe in the court filing, the [...]

Sep 4, 2018

New California Law Ensures Confidentiality Between Sexual Assault Victims and Counselors

By |September 4th, 2018|Sexual Assault|0 Comments

The state of California has passed, and the Governor has signed into law, new legislation that protects the confidentiality communications between sexual assault victims and their counselors on college campuses in the state. California Assemblywoman Sabrina Cervantes introduced the bill – AB 1896 – back in January. Now law as of July 18, it provides [...]

Jul 30, 2018

Protecting People with Intellectual Disabilities from Sexual Assault

By |July 30th, 2018|Sexual Assault|0 Comments

National Public Radio (NPR) released an investigation early this year regarding people with intellectual disabilities and sexual assault. The numbers were, unfortunately, appalling. As the United States deals with an ugly period in history with the explosion of #MeToo, our most vulnerable population seems to be left behind. NPR, with assistance from the Justice Department, [...]

Jul 23, 2018

Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick Removed from Ministry Amid Sexual Abuse Allegations

By |July 23rd, 2018|Sexual Assault|0 Comments

In late June, the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York announced that Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick was accused of sexually abusing a teen 45 years ago while serving as a priest in New York. After a forensic investigation and review of those results by the Archdiocesan Review Board, the accusations were found credible. The Vatican [...]

May 23, 2018

Congratulations to Ashley Johnson, Winner of the 2018 Taylor & Ring Annual Victim Advocate Scholarship

By |May 23rd, 2018|Sexual Assault|0 Comments

Taylor & Ring is pleased to announce that we have selected the winner of the 2018 Taylor & Ring Annual Victim Advocate Scholarship. Please join us in congratulating Ashley Johnson, who will start at Berkeley Law School this August! Ashley impressed us in so many ways. Not only is she an extraordinary an incredibly driven [...]

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