Two St. Paul attorneys have recently claimed that substantial evidence incriminates the Vatican in clergy abuse cases and that Catholic church leaders have been covering up Catholic sex abuse scandals involving priests accused of priest abuse and child sex abuse. These lawyers claimed that the sex abuse occurred in Minnesota, and they also claim that the priest is still working with the church in India. Documents produced point to the bishop of Crookston, who informed Rome that Father Joseph Jeyapaul allegedly sexually assaulted 2 teenage girls while working in Minnesota.
Sam Rogatinsky of the Rogatinsky Firm is a talented clergy abuse lawyer whom is also an advocate for all child sex abuse victims. If you are a priest abuse, clergy abuse or child sex abuse survivor, Mr. Rogatinsky can help you get the claim you deserve. Don’t delay, call Sam on the toll free number posted on this site or on his cell phone any time at (954) 995-3805. If Sam doesn’t answer when you call, leave a message and he’ll return your call at the first possible chance.
Mr. Rogatinsky wants you to get all of the help you need to get your life back in order. Therapy is key for clergy abuse, child sex abuse or any sex abuse victim. Mr. Rogatinsky will even help you choose the right sex abuse therapist for you. Mr. Rogatinsky can introduce you to sex abuse support sites like http://www.crusadeagainstclergyabuse.com/ and http://www.mksafetynet.net/.
Contact Sam if you have a any type of child sex abuse case you have yet to file. There’s likely still time, even if the clergy abuse or sex abuse occurred years ago, the statute of limitations for Minnesota are listed:
Statute of Limitations for Civil Cases:
- There is a delayed tolling for you to file your case, up to 6 years after your 18th MINN. STAT. § 541.073 (2008).
- The state’s discovery rule specifies an action: must start within 6 years the victim knew or recognized that the sex abuse injury was caused by the sex abuse, the victim doesn’t have to establish a single act in an ongoing series of sex abuse acts that caused the injury, and the knowledge of a parent or guardian is not considered the knowledge of a sexually abused minor. MINN. STAT. § 541.073(a-c). The 6 year period provided in the discovery rule start to run when the sex victim turns 18, M.S. v. Barber, 645 N.W.2d 383 (Minn. 2002).
Statute of Limitations for Criminal Cases:
- The Statute of Limitations state that a minor must bring a claim: “within nine years after the commission of the offense or, if the victim failed to report the offense within this limitation period, within three years after the offense was reported to law enforcement authorities.” MINN. STAT. § 628.26(e) (2008). The Statute of Limitations is clearly defined as 3 years for all other offenses. § 628.26(k). If the sex abuse victim is prevented from reporting the 3 year limit, the limit is ignored. State v. Danielski, 374 N.W.2d 322 (Minn.App. 1985)
- There is no Statute of Limitations for 1st and 3rd degree criminal sexual activities if DNA evidence was preserved. § 628.26(f).
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 firstname.lastname@example.org