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Sex abuse survivors in Maryland must now defend and protect the Child Victims Act after the Archdiocese of Washington has claimed the new law is unconstitutional.  The law eliminated the previous statute of limitations for victims who were sexually abused years ago as children to sue their abusers. Jonathan Schochor from Maryland’s leading civil litigation law firm spoke to The Baltimore Sun to explain what’s next in the legal process for hundreds of victims fighting for justice in Maryland. Read the full story here