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From the Publisher"Professor Marci A Hamilton, a law professor at Cardozo School of Law, has written a strong and well researched book....a must-read for lawyers who have represented victims or, as Professor Hamilton refers to them, survivors, of sexual abuse."
—Herbert J. Friedman, The Nebraska Lawyer
"Justice Denied is about one of the most horrendous offenses against children short of murder: child sexual abuse....The author paints a vivid and shocking picture of child sexual abuse which should disavow the attitudes of those who think its limited to sinister looking street denizens in dirty trench coats.... Marci Hamilton's book is short and to the point. Its last sentence sums up the book and the cause: "It is an either/or choice: we can either protect the predators or the children." This book concludes with the hope that it will be so for the right of children and their parents to live in a society without fear of sexual assault."
— Thomas P. Doyle, co-author of Sex, Priests, and Secret Codes: The Catholic Church's 2,000-Year Paper Trail of Sexual Abuse
"Argues for removing states' statutes of limitation for cases of child sexual abuse..."
—Chronicle of Higher Education
"...an impassioned plea to lawmakers and the 'uniformed public' (p. 108) to tackle the problem of child sexual abuse in the United States..."
—Harvard Law Review