Clergy abuse, physical abuse, sexual abuse and priest abuse even happens in Colorado. Sadly, physical abuse, sex abuse and clergy abuse can happen and has happened most anywhere. The victims are left with shattered self esteem and troubled lives, but there is help, and there can be justice. These aren’t random cases that happen to hapless victims you might never meet. Clergy abuse, child sexual abuse or priest or religious abuse could have happened to you or anyone you know, and it could happen anywhere in Colorado, by trusted and well respected Priests or church affiliated officials.
Take Harold Robert White, an ordained minister since 1960 who worked at 11 parishes for more than 30 years all over Colorado, from Sterling to Colorado Springs to Denver and Aspen. Over two dozen boys and a young girl over a twenty year period accused the Priest of multiple cases of sexual abuse and sexual misconduct. The Denver archdiocese was fully aware of these allegations as they were told on multiple occasions, yet White continued to serve the church, they just moved him to a different town where he could cause more damage. This practice has gone on far too long, and it’s time for the archdiocese and all other religious child sex abusers to pay the price for the damage that they have done.
Sam Rogatinsky of the Rogatinsky Firm can help, if you or someone you know needs an excellent, caring clergy abuse attorney or clergy abuse lawyer. Contact Mr. Rogatinsky now so he can help if you have been sexually abused by any member of the clergy. Mr. Rogattinsky is a serious advocate for those who have endured clergy abuse and priest abuse, and he will treat your case with the utmost confidence. Call Sam. Rogatinsky on the toll free number found on this site,or you can even call him on his personal cell at (954) 995-3805. Call whenever you can. If you don’t get him on the phone, leave a message and Mr. Rogatinsky will call you right back. Mr. Rogatinsky will even help you get the therapy you need, or will put you in touch with helpful sex abuse advocacy sites such as SNAP or Thou Shalt Not Abuse.
If you do have a case, Mr. Rogatinsky can help, but there are Statutes of Limitation in Colorado that might affect your case.
Statute of Limitations for Civil Cases:
- In Colorado, you can file a case against a sexual perpetrator only up to 6 years after your 18th Colo. Rev. Stat. § 13-80-103.7.
- The Statute of Limitations in regards to the above statute stipulate that a suppressed memory is a is considered a disability that triggers the 6 year statute after the memory surfaces.
Criminal Statute of Limitations
- There is no Statute of Limitations for felony sexual abuse cases in Colorado, dependent upon the circumstances of the crime. Colo. Rev. Stat. § 16-5-401(1).
- Sexual offenses aren’t a part of statutory list of offenses which have a run-at-discovery limitation. Colo. Rev. Stat. § 16-5-401(4.5).
If someone you know has been a victim of sexual abuse by a member of the clergy, contact our law firm at (954) 995.3805 or send an email to sexual abuse lawyer Samuel Rogatinsky at email@example.com