Change in N.Y. law yields flood of child sex abuse claims
Clip: 08/19/2019 | 8m 21s
People who were sexually abused as children often need years to process what they’ve endured. By then, it’s often too late to take legal action against those responsible. But New York and a dozen other states are exploring changing the statutes of limitations. Lisa Desjardins reports and talks to Gail Coleman, a plaintiff in one of the New York sex abuse cases, and her attorney, Jennifer Freeman.
Aired: 08/19/19Video has closed captioning.
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