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If you have been injured or defrauded by the “teen help” industry, you have the right to sue and to press criminal charges where applicable.  Certain official agencies have stated that the “escort services” provided by these programs constitute kidnapping and those providing this type of service may be prosecuted on felony charges for kidnapping.  Contact the FBI to report crimes of kidnapping. 

 

 

Below is a by-state menu that will take you to attorneys/legal services in that state that you can call for help.  If you or your parents contracted from your home state and were transported to a facility out of state or out of the country but owned by a US corporation, you may sue from your home state.  It is best to consult with your attorney before making any decisions regarding venue.  Each state lists the statute of limitations for that state.  The time generally starts immediately after you or your child’s discharge/release/rescue from the abusive facility.  Or, upon your/your child's 18th birthday, depending on which is latter.  We are with you and support your actions to bring these criminals to justice.

 

 

MENU:  ALABAMA, ALASKA, ARIZONA, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, COLORADO, CONNECTICUT, DELAWARE, FLORIDA, GEORGIA, HAWAII, IDAHO, ILLINOIS, INDIANA, IOWA, KANSAS, KENTUCKY, LOUISIANA, MAINE, MARYLAND, MASSACHUSETTS, MICHIGAN, MINNESOTA, MISSISSIPPI, MISSOURI, MONTANA, NEBRASKA, NEVADA, NEW HAMPSHIRE, NEW JERSEY, NEW MEXICO, NEW YORK, NORTH CAROLINA, NORTH DAKOTA, OHIO, OKLAHOMA, OREGON, PENNSYLVANIA, RHODE ISLAND, SOUTH CAROLINA, SOUTH DAKOTA, TENNESSEE, TEXAS, UTAH, VERMONT, VIRGINIA, WASHINGTON, WEST VIRGINIA WISCONSIN, WYOMING, INTERSTATE ASSISTANCE  

 

 

 

ALABAMA

Alabama’s statute of limitations is 2 years.

 

We do not currently have information regarding attorneys for Alabama cases.  If you are an attorney practicing in Alabama who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

ALASKA

Alaska’s statute of limitations is 2 years.

 

We do not currently have information regarding attorneys for Alaska cases.  If you are an attorney practicing in Alaska who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

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ARIZONA

Arizona’s statute of limitations is 2 years.

 

Currently, you may contact the ACLU of Arizona for help.  You may visit there website and click on “intake” to submit a description of your case or contact them at:

 

American Civil Liberties Union of Arizona
Executive Director: Eleanor Eisenberg
P.O. Box 17148
Phoenix, AZ 85011-0148
Phone: 602-650-1967

 

 

Sara Powell has experience representing families and victims of the teen "help" industry. 

Law Office of Sara J. Powell

550 W. Portland St.

Phoenix, AZ 85003

602-996-4447

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Arizona who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

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ARKANSAS

Arkansas’ statute of limitations depends on the type of case; it ranges from 1-3 years. 

 

Currently, you may contact the ACLU of Arkansas for help.  They do not have a website at this time.  However, you may contact them directly at:

 

ACLU of Arkansas

Executive Director: Rita Sklar
904 W. Second Street, Suite 1
Little Rock, AR 72201
Phone: 501-374-2660

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Arkansas who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

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CALIFORNIA

The statute of limitations in California is 2 years.

 

Tom Burton, Attorney at Law

thomasburtonlaw@aol.com

Ph. 801-918-1656 

 

 

OR

 

Contact the ACLU of California for assistance.  The information for “intake procedures” is:

 

How to file a complaint with the ACLU of Northern California:

Intake Procedure

1.  You can call our complaint line. Callers can reach the complaint line Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. at (415) 621-2488. Volunteer counselors staff the ACLU complaint desk. They are not lawyers but are trained to pre-screen intakes. They cannot give legal advice to you, nor can they refer you to an individual private attorney. They can, however, bring your complaint to the attention of an attorney for review, or give you an appropriate referral to another agency.  You can write to us. The ACLU also accepts written letters as intakes. Please do not send documents, and try to limit letters to one page. If we need more information, we will contact you. The address is:

Intake
ACLU of Northern California
1663 Mission Street, Suite #406
San Francisco, CA 94103

Walk-ins are not seen; they are asked to call the complaint line or write to us. 
If you do not live in Northern California, you may contact the office above and ask for referral information for an office closer to you. If you are an attorney practicing in California who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

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COLORADO

The statute of limitations in Colorado is 2 years.

 

You may contact the ACLU of Colorado for legal assistance.  Visit: http://www.aclu-co.org/aboutaclu/intake2.htm for directions on submitting your case for help.

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Colorado who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

CONNECTICUT

The statute of limitations in Connecticut is 2 years.

 

Currently, we do not have any legal references for Connecticut.  If you are an attorney practicing in Connecticut who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

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DELAWARE

The statute of limitations in Delaware is 2 years.

 

You may contact the ACLU of Delaware for legal assistance.  Visit: http://www.aclu-de.org/intake.htm  to submit your case for assistance.

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Delaware who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

FLORIDA

The statute of limitations in Florida is 4 years.

 

Currently, we do not have any legal references for Florida.  If you are an attorney practicing in Florida who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

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GEORGIA

The statute of limitations in Georgia is 2 years.

 

Gorby, Reeves, & Peters P.C., Attorneys at Law

Two Ravinia Drive
Suite 1500
Atlanta, GA 30346-2104
Office: (404) 239-1150
Fax (404) 239-1179 info@gorbyreeves.com

http://www.bergermontague.com/case-summary.cfm?id=155

 

 

Randy Rogers

ROGERS & STRIMBAN, LLC

244 Roswell Street

Suite 400

Marietta, GA 30060

(770) 590-0300

 

 

You may contact the ACLU of Georgia per their intake requirements below:

Mail, fax or email your request for legal assistance or legal advice to the ACLU of Georgia office.

Mailing Address: 

ACLU of Georgia
70 Fairlie Street, Suite 340
Atlanta, GA 30303

Fax:  (404) 577-0181

Email Address: info@acluga.org


Guidelines

  • Only incidents that occurred in Georgia will be accepted.

  • Please keep intake brief and to the point. (NO MORE THAN 2-3 PAGES).

  • Do Not Send original documents. Materials will not be returned.

  • Please include your name complete mailing address and telephone number.

Once intake request are received, it will than be reviewed by staff, interns, volunteers or law clerks.

We review the request for the possibility of potential cases.

 

HELPFUL LINKS FOR—GA

 

http://www.legalaid-ga.org/GA/index.cfm

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Georgia who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

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HAWAII

The statute of limitations in Hawaii is 2 years.

 

Currently, we do not have references for legal assistance in Hawaii.  If you are an attorney practicing in Hawaii who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

IDAHO

The statute of limitations in Idaho is 2 years.

 

You may contact the ACLU of Idaho for legal assistance at:

 

ACLU of Idaho
P.O. Box 1897
Boise, Idaho 83701
Phone: (208)
 344-9750
Fax: (208) 344-7201
e-mail:
public@acluidaho.org

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Idaho who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

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ILLINOIS

The statute of limitations in Illinois is 2 years.

 

Nessler & Associates, Ltd.

536 North Bruns Lane, Suite 1
Springfield, IL 62702
Tel: (217) 718-4248

 

 

You may contact the ACLU of Illinois for assistance by following their directions below:

 

The ACLU of Illinois' Intake Department is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday-Thursday. During those hours an intake counselor is available if you wish to explain your problem. Our counselors are dedicated volunteers, but they are not lawyers and cannot give you legal advice, but will simply obtain the facts pertaining to your problem. Depending on the nature of your problem, the counselor may give you an appropriate referral or present the facts of your case to a staff attorney for review.

Contacting the ACLU to describe your problem will not guarantee the ACLU will represent you. Due to the enormous demand for representation and our limited resources, the ACLU cannot represent everyone who has a valid legal claim. Every decision regarding representation must meet specific guidelines and requires special approval.

The Intake Department can be reached:

By Phone:

(312) 201-9740
(800) 572-1092 (inside Illinois only)

By Fax:

(312) 201-9759

By Post:

ACLU of Illinois
180 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 2300
Chicago, IL 60601

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Illinois who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

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INDIANA

The statute of limitations in Indiana is 2 years.

 

You may contact the ACLU of Indiana for assistance by visiting: http://www.iclu.org/legal/complaint.asp

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Indiana who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

IOWA

The statute of limitations in Iowa is 2 years.

 

You may contact the ACLU of Iowa for assistance by visiting: http://www.iowaclu.org/legal/assistance.asp

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Iowa who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

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KANSAS

The statute of limitations in Kansas is 2 years.

 

You may contact the ACLU of Kansas for assistance.  The ACLU of Kansas only accepts complaints by mail. Download a complaint form, or call the complaint line at 816-931-2110.

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Kansas who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

KENTUCKY

The statute of limitations in Kentucky is 1 year.

 

Currently, we do not have references for legal assistance in Kentucky.  If you are an attorney practicing in Kentucky who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

LOUISIANA

The statute of limitations in Louisiana is 1 year.

 

Currently, we do not have references for legal assistance in Louisiana.  If you are an attorney practicing in Louisiana who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

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MAINE

The statute of limitations in Maine is 6 years.

 

You may contact the ACLU of Maine for legal assistance by visiting:

http://www.mclu.org/Programs/Legal/OnlineComplaintForm.htm

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Maine who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

 

MARYLAND

The statute of limitations in Maryland is 3 years.

 

You may contact the ACLU of Maryland for legal assistance by visiting: http://www.aclu-md.org/page.asp?page=help

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Maryland who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

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MASSACHUSETTS

The statute of limitations in Massachusetts is 3 years.

 

You may contact the ACLU of Massachusetts for legal assistance by visiting: http://www.aclu-mass.org/legal/have_your_rights_been_violated.html

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Massachusetts who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

MICHIGAN

The statute of limitations in Michigan is 3 years.

 

You may contact the ACLU of Michigan for legal assistance by visiting:

 http://www.aclumich.org/modules.php?name=Complaint_Form         

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Michigan who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

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MINNESOTA

The statute of limitations in Minnesota is 2 years.

 

You may contact the ACLU of Minnesota for legal assistance by visiting: http://www.aclu-mn.org/Intake_Form.html

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Minnesota who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

MISSISSIPPI

The statute of limitations in Mississippi is 3 years.

 

You may contact the ACLU of Mississippi for legal assistance by visiting: http://www.msaclu.org/intake.html

 

You may also contact the following attorney(s):

 

Michael C. Barefield, MS Bar No. 8322

Barefield Law Firm, PLLC

1321 21st Avenue

P. O. Box 309

Gulfport, MS 39502-0309

Local counsel for Plaintiffs

Telephone: (228) 575-9552

Facsimile: (228) 214-4186

Email: mcb@barefieldlawfirm.com

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Mississippi who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

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MISSOURI

The statute of limitations in Missouri is 5 years.

 

You may contact the ACLU of Missouri for legal assistance by visiting: http://www.aclu-em.org/takeaction/filecomplaint/

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Missouri who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

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MONTANA

The statute of limitations in Montana is 3 years.

 

You may contact the ACLU of Montana for legal assistance by visiting:

 http://www.aclumontana.org/LegalProgram/ComplaintForm.htm

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Montana who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

NEBRASKA

The statute of limitations in Nebraska is 4 years.

 

You may contact the ACLU of Nebraska for legal assistance by visiting: http://www.aclunebraska.org/Complaint_Form.pdf

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Nebraska who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

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NEVADA

The statute of limitations in Nevada is 2 years.

Nursing Home Justice Center

10001 Park Run Drive
Las Vegas, NV 89145

Call:
(702) 385-HELP or
(888) 965-ABUSE

http://www.nursinghomejusticecenter.com/TreatmentCenterAbuse.aspx

 

You may contact the ACLU of Nevada for legal assistance by visiting:  http://www.aclunv.org/contact-information

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Nevada who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

NEW HAMPSHIRE

The statute of limitations in New Hampshire is 3 years.

 

Currently, we do not have references for legal assistance in New Hampshire.  If you are an attorney practicing in New Hampshire who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

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NEW JERSEY

The statute of limitations in New Jersey is 2 years.

 

You may contact the ACLU of NJ for legal assistance by visiting: http://www.aclu-nj.org/legal/fileacomplaint/

 

If you are an attorney practicing in New Jersey who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

NEW MEXICO

The statute of limitations in New Mexico is 3 years.

 

You may contact the ACLU of NM for legal assistance by visiting: http://www.aclu-nm.org/legal/complaint.htm

 

If you are an attorney practicing in New Mexico who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

NEW YORK

The statute of limitations in New York is 3 years.

 

Maxine Susseles, Esq.

P.O. Box 720

Hartsdale, N.Y. 10530

(914) 686-0044

(914) 948-1750

 

You may contact the ACLU of NY for legal assistance by visiting: http://www.nyclu.org/email_nyclu.html

 

If you are an attorney practicing in New York who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

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NORTH CAROLINA

The statute of limitations in North Carolina is 3 years.

 

You may contact the ACLU of NC for legal assistance by visiting: http://www.acluofnorthcarolina.org/casecriteria.html

 

HELPFUL LINKS FOR HELP IN NC—

 

http://www.ncbar.org/public/proBonoPublicService/index.aspx


http://www.nccu.edu/law/student/probono.html

 

If you are an attorney practicing in North Carolina who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

NORTH DAKOTA

The statute of limitations in North Dakota is 6 years.

 

Currently, we do not have references for legal assistance in North Dakota.  If you are an attorney practicing in North Dakota who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

OHIO

The statute of limitations in Ohio is 2 years.

 

You may contact the ACLU of Ohio for legal assistance by visiting: http://www.acluohio.org/about/need_legal_assistance.htm

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Ohio who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

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OKLAHOMA

The statute of limitations in Oklahoma is 2 years.

 

You may contact the ACLU of OK for legal assistance by visiting: http://www.acluok.org/GetHelp/ComplaintForm.htm

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Oklahoma who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

OREGON

The statute of limitations in Oregon is 2 years.

 

You may contact the ACLU of OR for legal assistance by visiting: https://secure.aclu.org/site/SPageNavigator/OR_LegalAssistance

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Oregon who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

PENNSYLVANIA

The statute of limitations in Pennsylvania is 2 years.

 

Berger & Montague, P.C.
1622 Locust Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Telephone: 1-800-424-6690
Facsimile: 215-875-4604

 

Berger & Montague are representing multiple survivors and families in a class action against Hidden Lake Academy.

 

You may contact the ACLU of PA for legal assistance by visiting: http://www.aclupa.org/legal/fileacomplaint.htm
 

If you are an attorney practicing in Pennsylvania who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

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RHODE ISLAND

The statute of limitations in Rhode Island is 3 years.

 

You may contact the ACLU of RI for legal assistance by visiting: http://www.riaclu.org/complaints.html

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Rhode Island who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

SOUTH CAROLINA

The statute of limitations in South Carolina is 3 years.

 

You may contact the ACLU of SC for legal assistance by following their directions below:

 

Legal Assistance

If you are requesting legal assistance or ACLU involvement in a legal matter, please submit your initial request in writing, explaining briefly what rights violation(s), civil liberties issue(s), or constitutional question(s) you believe to be central to your case.  To expedite the consideration of your case, we recommend that you use our Legal Assistance Request Form on which to submit your request.  Please include your complete name and mailing address, and submit your request to one of the following:

·         E-mail:  Request Legal Assistance Request Form

·         E-mail:  Request for Legal Assistance

·         Postal mail:

ACLU of South Carolina
Suite 800, Barringer Building
1338 Main Street
Columbia, SC  29201

·         Facsimile:  (803) 254-7374

 

South Carolina State Bar Members Who Take Pro Bono Cases:

http://www.scbar.org/member/probono.asp

 

If you are an attorney practicing in South Carolina who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

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SOUTH DAKOTA

The statute of limitations in South Dakota is 3 years.

 

Currently, we do not have legal references for South Dakota.  If you are an attorney practicing in South Dakota who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

TENNESSEE

The statute of limitations in Tennessee is 1 year.

 

You may contact the ACLU of TN for legal assistance by visiting: http://www.aclu-tn.org/advocacy.html

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Tennessee who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

TEXAS

The statute of limitations in Texas is 2 years.

 

Charles H. Peckham

Peckham, PLLC

Two Bering Park

800 Bering Drive, Suite 220

Houston, Texas  77057

(713) 574-9044 – office

(713) 493-2255- fax

cpeckham@peckhampllc.com

www.peckhampllc.com

 

 

You may contact the ACLU of TX for legal assistance by visiting: http://www.aclutx.org/legal/criteria.htm

 

HELPFUL LINKS—TX

 

http://www.texasatj.org/LegalServicesandOth10DA2/index.asp

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Texas who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

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UTAH

The statute of limitations in Utah is 4 years.

 

You may contact the ACLU of UT for legal assistance by visiting: http://www.acluutah.org/rights.htm

 

You may also contact the following attorney(s):

 

Tom Burton, Attorney at Law

thomasburtonlaw@aol.com

Ph. 801-918-1656 

 

 

The Law Firm of Kathryn Collard, L.C.

Address: 9 Exchange Place, Salt Lake City, UT 84101

Phone: (801) 537-5625

 

Steven C. Russell

Westgate Business Center

180 South 300 West, Suite 170

Salt Lake City, UT 84101

(801)532-5100

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Utah who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

VERMONT

The statute of limitations in Vermont is 3 years.

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Vermont who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

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VIRGINIA

The statute of limitations in Virginia is 2 years.

 

You may contact the ACLU of VA for legal assistance by visiting: http://www.acluva.org/pages/requesthelp.html

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Virginia who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

Helpful Links—VA


http://www.fairfaxbar.org/probono.asp

 

WASHINGTON

The statute of limitations in Washington is 3 years.

 

You may contact the ACLU of WA for legal assistance by visiting: http://www.aclu-wa.org/Legal/help.html

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Washington who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

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WEST VIRGINIA

The statute of limitations in West Virginia is 2 years.

 

You may contact the ACLU of WV for legal assistance by visiting: http://www.aclu-wv.org/legalprogram/questionnaire.htm

 

If you are an attorney practicing in West Virginia who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

WISCONSIN

The statute of limitations in Wisconsin is 3 years.

 

You may contact the ACLU of Wisconsin for legal assistance by visiting: http://www.aclu-wi.org/legal/index.shtml

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Wisconsin who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

WYOMING

The statute of limitations in Wyoming is 4 years.

 

You may contact the ACLU of Wyoming for legal assistance at:

 

ACLU of Wyoming
P.O. Box 20706
Cheyenne, WY 82003

 

If you are an attorney practicing in Wyoming who would be interested in representing victims of the “teen help” industry, please e-mail us and we will list you here.

 

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INTERSTATE ASSISTANCE LINKS 

 

http://www.searac.org/probono_legal.html

http://www.justicedenied.org/probono.htm

http://www.ptla.org/ptlasite/links/probono.htm

http://www.selfhelpsupport.org/index.cfm

 

http://www.abanet.org/legalservices/probono/home.html

 

http://www.findalawyer.com

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