Sexual abuse is traumatizing to its victims and their families. The physical as well as emotional scars left behind after a sexual assault can last a lifetime. The legal definition of sexual assault varies by type and state, but it is mainly understood as unwanted sexual contact. Sexual abuse can include but is not limited to

  • Exposing oneself to a child
  • Penetration
  • Oral sex
  • Displaying explicit images to a child
  • Requesting a minor to send or take photos of themselves in an inappropriate way
  • Taking photos of a child for personal dispensation or use

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Sexual abusers must be held responsible for their actions, and those in positions of authority that fail to protect those in their care, must also be held accountable for what happens under their watch. An example of this would be a manager taking advantage of one of their employees. The employee may feel required to take part in these actions with their manager simply because the manager holds a role associated with power.


If you or a loved one were a victim of sexual assault or abuse contact Mike Hostilo today at 844-GET-MIKE to get what’s right. Mike’s attorneys will help victims of sexual abuse understand all the possible ways to handle their case and will make the victim’s justice their #1 priority.