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Rabbi Faces Sexual Abuse Allegations

By Jeff Herman
July 02, 2015

A prominent rabbi is now under investigation after he was arrested trying to flee the country. This rabbi was accused of sexual abuse prior to his attempt to flee. Jeff Herman, a nationally recognized attorney for victims of sexual abuse, says: "It is common for the community to put faith and trust into the leaders of an institution. Once the trust is broken, the first step towards recovery for the victim is speaking out and informing the community of what they experienced." 

White River Juvenile Detention Guard Accused of Sexual Assault

By Jeff Herman
July 01, 2015

A White River Juvenile Detention Center guard has been accused of sexually assaulting a 17-year old detainee. Jeff Herman, a nationally recognized attorney for victims of sexual assault, says: "Many times, those in power abuse their authority. When institutions expose these predators, our children become safer and more protected." 

Public School Employee Charged with Sexual Abuse

By Jeff Herman
June 30, 2015

Arsenio Malondras, a Montgomery County public school employee, has been charged with child abuse and sexual abuse of a minor. Jeff Herman, a nationally recognized attorney for victims of sexual abuse, says: "Often times, assaults occur by people these victims know and trust. Once the trust is broken, coming forward about these allegations is a victims first step in the healing process."

Former Teacher Found Guilty of Sexual Abuse

By Jeff Herman
June 29, 2015

Former Rosarian Academy teacher, Stephen Jerome Budd, was found guilty of sexual abuse and has been sentenced to three life terms. Jeff Herman, a nationally recognized attorney for victims of sexual abuse, says: "Once the perpetrator is found guilty, not only do these victims receive validation, but they can also begin healing."

Former Softball Coach Indicted on Sex Abuse Charges

By Jeff Herman
June 26, 2015

Fired women's softball coach at Nyack College was indicted Thursday on 94 counts of sexual abuse, along with other allegations, reports CBS New York.  Jeff Herman, a nationally-recognized attorney for victims of sexual abuse, states: "If these allegations prove to be true, it is a classic example of someone abusing his position of authority. My heart goes out to the alleged victims in this case and it is my hope that they can finally find justice and healing."

ALERT: Rabbi Karro's Alleged Victim's Mother Breaks Silence

By contacthermanlaw
June 24, 2015

JEFF HERMAN (www.hermanlaw.com), a nationally-recognized attorney for victims of sexual abuse, announces a press conference where RABBI KARRO’s alleged victim’s mother will speak to the press for the first time.

Footage of Miami Beach Rabbi Raises Questions

By Jeff Herman
June 23, 2015
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Footage of a Miami Beach rabbi has called the rabbi's actions into question. In an interview with CBSMiami and Local 10 News, Jeff Herman, a nationally recognized attorney for victims of sexual abuse, says the reaction of the Jewish community regarding these allegations is "disgusting." 

New York School Administrator Charged with Sexual Abuse

By Jeff Herman
June 22, 2015
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A New York school administrator was charged on Wednesday with three counts of second-degree sexual abuse. Jeff Herman, a nationally recognized attorney for victims of sexual abuse, says: "Instead of covering for John DiFiore, this school system made the right decision in relocating him to a different department void of children. This is a step in the right direction for the overall protecting and reduction of sexual abuse in our schools."

Archdiocese of Chicago Faces Another Lawsuit

By Jeff Herman
June 19, 2015

The Archdiocese of Chicago is being sued by two men who claim to have been sexually abused by priest Daniel McCormack. Jeff Herman, a nationally recognized attorney for victims of sexual abuse, says: "The more these institutions are put on the forefront and held accountable for their actions, the more vindication these victims receive."

New York Makes Advances Regarding Sexual Assault on College Campuses

By Jeff Herman
June 18, 2015

The New York State Assembly met late on Wednesday night, alongside the Senate, and unanimously approved The Campus Accountability and Safety Act, reports The New York Times. Jeff Herman, a nationally recognized attorney for victims of sexual abuse, says: "The passing of this bill is the first step to helping the amount of sexual offenses that occur every day. The more the institutions follow the proper protocol in reporting these sexual offenses, the more protected our children become."

 

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