Cosby accusers testify on statute of limitations bill
Montgomery County Office of the D.A.
Bill Cosby, who was arrested on and charged on December 30, 2015

via KTLA:

SACRAMENTO -- (KTLA) -- After wrenching testimony that included accounts from three alleged victims of comedian Bill Cosby, a Senate committee on Tuesday gave its first approval to a bill that would allow sex crimes to be prosecuted no matter how long ago they occurred.

The bill, SB 813, from state Sen. Connie Leyva (D-Chino), eliminates the current 10-year statute of limitations on rape cases. Leyva argued in the hearing that giving sexual assault victims more time to report incidents would hold more rapists accountable and provide closure to painful situations.

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