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Q: When does statue of limitations reporting timeframe begin for statutory sexual seduction if continued to “relationship”

Though it continued to a “relationship” for about 3 1/2 yrs, throughout that time minor was exposed to things she shouldn’t have been and woken up by acts being done that she was not asked about/comfortable with or consented to during the years prior to her reaching age of consent. provided alcohol and drugs by the M and at times coerced into trying drugs.

F didn’t realize that she was a victim until speaking with current spouse openly about it for the first time recently. The M and F also share a child who’ll be a legal adult within the next year. F wants to report this since realizing what this actually was but isn’t sure if statue of limitations for reporting is up considering this went on from age 14 to 18 for her so for 2 years she was not of the age of consent. Nor did she consent to the first time as she didn’t realize what was happening during the act thinking it was digital penetration and was not asked if it was ok. This was uncomfortable but I just need advice. Thank you.

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James L. Arrasmith
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A: I recommend that you speak to an attorney right away.

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