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Matthews & Associates Evaluating Penn State Child Abuse Cases

Few things in life can be more shattering than an elder’s abuse of a child’s sacred trust. Adults who break that trust must be held accountable. We trust that God or the Great Spirit which moves through all living things will hold abusers accountable in some way someday. Meanwhile, the civil court system exists to bring such people to earthly justice.

The Attorneys at Matthews & Associates fully appreciate the delicacy required to develop cases of this type, especially in light of the intense media surrounding a potential Penn State Lawsuit. We make every effort to prosecute them as “John Doe” cases (entirely that way when possible) to preserve the anonymity, privacy and dignity of the victim(s). We never disclose the name of any client to the defense or anyone else without both the verbal and the express written consent of that client.

If you or someone you love was sexually abused by a trusted elder – be that abuser a clergyman, coach, teacher or any other professional in a position of trust – call Matthews & Associates today for a free consultation, or email attorney David Matthews directly at dmatthews@dpmlawfirm.com or attorney Julie Rhoades at jrhoades@dpmlawfirm.com, or ask for either at the main number 713-522-5250, or (toll free) 888-520-5202.

Matthews & Associates operates in all 50 states and Puerto Rico.

Report: Sandusky Watched Paterno’s 409th Victory from Penn State President’s Box

Lance Andrews | January 12th, 2012 | Posted in Penn State Lawsuit News
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Penn State lawyers for the alleged sex abuse victims of Jerry Sandusky were outraged this week by news reports that the former football coach was a guest in the university president’s box at Joe Paterno’s record setting 409thvictory. The game was played only a week before Sandusky was arrested and charged on over 40 counts of sex abuse occurring over… Read more »

Police Used Jerry Sandusky’s Autobiography ‘Touched’ to Find Abuse Victims

Lance Andrews | January 11th, 2012 | Posted in Penn State Lawsuit News
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Penn State lawsuit attorneys for Jerry Sandusky’s alleged sex abuse victims are demanding to know why it took investigators over one year before they began to probe the accused sex predator’s autobiography ‘Touched: The Jerry Sandusky Story’ for leads to potential victims. State law enforcement officials revealed that investigators identified four of the 10 victims in Sandusky’s grand jury indictment after… Read more »

Child Abuse Lawsuit Brought Against Sandusky Claims 100 Instances of Molestation

Lance Andrews | January 1st, 2012 | Posted in Penn State Lawsuit News
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The plaintiff in the first child abuse lawsuit filed against indicted sex predator Jerry Sandusky alleges that the former Penn State football coach molested him over 100 times after first befriending him at The Second Mile, a charity he established in 1977 to help disadvantaged boys. The victim’s Penn State lawyers claim that Sandusky abused their client in multiple locations,… Read more »

Jerry Sandusky’s Wife Dottie Comes Under Increasing Scrutiny

Lance Andrews | December 31st, 2011 | Posted in Penn State Lawsuit News
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Penn State lawsuit attorneys for Jerry Sandusky’s alleged sex abuse victims are closely watching news reports that the indicted sex predator and his wife of 45 years, Dottie, are looking to tell their side of the story on TV shows such as Oprah, or 60 Minutes. Anything Sandusky says on these programs could be used by Penn State lawsuit attorneys… Read more »

Record Numbers of Abuse Victims Coming Forward in Wake of Penn State Scandal

Lance Andrews | December 27th, 2011 | Posted in Penn State Lawsuit News
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As the Penn State sex abuse scandal continues to develop, not only are more of former coach Jerry Sandusky’s victims coming forward to tell their painful stories to Penn State child abuse lawsuit attorneys, but abuse victims all over the country are reaching out in record numbers to contact hotlines, police officials, and attorneys, such as the Penn State lawyers… Read more »