Anthony Jablonowski, a former Churchtown, Wyoming pastor was convicted of committing clergy sex abuse against a 17-year-old boy. Jablonowski, from the St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Churchtown two decades ago, was finally brought to justice. It’s never too late to bring church sex abusers and child sex abusers to justice, but in the eyes of the law, you only have so many years to file a sex abuse case. The time you have to seek justice is called the Statute of Limitations.

Sex abuse lawyer Samuel Rogatinsky cares about survivors of sexual abuse very much. Besides clergy abuse cases, priest abuse cases, rabbi sex abuse cases and minister sex abuse cases, Sam will expose and prosecute child and church sex abusers from every type of organization you can think of. Sam Rogatinsky and the Rogatinsky Firm will leave no stone unturned. They will prosecute churches, schools, medical professionals such as psychologists, doctors and dentists, daycare centers, the Boy Scouts of America, Boys and Girls Clubs and athletic organizations too. Sexual abuse is a heinous crime, and child sex abuse victims deserve their day in court. Sam can be reached on the toll free number found on this site or on his personal line, (954) 995-3805, day or night. Recently, Mr. Rogatinsky filed suit against a mental health facility that was abusing a patient. Mr. Rogatinsky also believes that child sex abuse support groups like is a great resource child sex abuse victims. Clergy abuse victims are not the only child sex abuse victims in Wyoming that need Mr. Rogatinsky’s help.

Take this recent case for example. The choir teacher of Star Valley High School was single count of sex abuse of a minor in the 3rd degree along with 1 count of sex abuse of a minor in the 4th degree. What is this world coming to? The alleged child sex abuse was supposedly committed against a 17 year old both times. The sad fact is, no institution, no organization is safe anymore, and child sex abuse victims have rights.

Contact Sam Rogatinsky if your rights have been violated. For your convenience, the statute of limitations for Wyoming are listed here:

Statute of Limitations for Civil Cases:

  • There is a 8 year Statute of Limitations for child sexual abuse after the victim’s 18th birthday or 3 years after reasonable discovery. Wyo. Stat. §1-3-105(b) “…discovery” has been defined as the moment the victim discovered or reasonably should have discovered that the psychic trauma was caused by the sex abuse, regardless of when the sex abuse actually occurred. See McCreary v. Weast, 971 P.2d 974 (Wyo. 1999)

Statute of Limitations for Criminal Cases:

  • There no Statute of Limitations for any sex abuse criminal prosecution. See Boggs v. State, 484 P.2d 711 (Wyo. 1971).


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