Ninety five percent of all delayed ano-genital examinations in cases of suspected child sexual abuse are normal. While usually normal, delayed sexual abuse examinations are noninvasive & are critical to the mental & physical well- being of the child. Given that most jurors expect victims of sexual abuse to have evidence of previous trauma, prosecuting suspected sexual abuse cases can be a very difficult undertaking. This presentation is designed to give prosecutors & investigators a basic command of the latest medical literature regarding delayed child sexual abuse examination findings, as well as how to present that information through their medical expert.
Date/Time by TimezoneTue, Sep 10th, 2019 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET
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