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Child Sex Abuse Lawsuit Filed Against LAUSD, According To Manly & Stewart And The Senators Firm LLP
Manly & Stewart and The Senators Firm LLP Announce the Filing of New Miramonte Elementary School Sex Abuse Lawsuits and Call on School District to Release Abuse Documents.

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Attorneys representing multiple victims of child sexual abuse allegedly committed by teachers at Miramonte Elementary School announced today that they have filed civil lawsuits against the Los Angeles Unified School District on behalf of four of the children. 

Plaintiff attorneys John Manly and Senator Martha Escutia (Ret.) said that the cases are the "tip of a new iceberg" of claims against the District for failing to report and prevent child abuse at Miramonte and other schools. The lawsuits were filed in the wake of a report issued last week by the California State Auditor, which concluded that LAUSD failed to properly report at least 144 cases of teacher misconduct to state authorities.   The attorneys demanded that LAUSD release all reports of abuse by teachers at Miramonte and other district campuses.

John Manly, of Manly & Stewart, said the new lawsuits were filed to stop the District from "shoving the scandal under the rug." He said the number of victims at Miramonte continues to multiply, and that the abusers are not limited to former teachers Mark Berndt and Martin Springer, both of whom were arrested last winter and are currently awaiting trial on multiple abuse counts. Manly said he and Escutia represent 22 additional Miramonte abuse victims who have not yet filed lawsuits and are investigating other claims of abuse.

Martha Escutia, a partner at The Senators Firm LLP, is dissatisfied by LAUSD's failure to resolve victims' claims and to effectively prevent future abuse at District schools.  The former State Senator and long-time advocate for abuse survivors said she believes abuse continues to be grossly underreported, especially in poor and minority communities. "We need to know what the District knew about these perpetrators, and when they knew it, " she said, adding that litigation appears to be "the only way to determine how the abuse at Miramonte went unreported for so long, and how to stop it from occurring in the future."   

Sheriff's deputies arrested long-time Miramonte teacher Mark Berndt last January. Berndt was indicted on 23 counts of sexual abuse-related charges and is awaiting trial. Martin Springer was arrested on charges of committing lewd acts on a child and is also awaiting trial.

About John Manly and Manly & Stewart: The founding partner at Manly & Stewart in Irvine, California, John was named one of California's "Top 100 Attorneys" by the Los Angeles Daily Journal, and is California's preeminent attorney representing victims of sexual abuse. Over the past decade, John and his legal team have been heavily involved in the most significant sexual abuse actions litigated across the nation, assisting in the recovery of more than a billion dollars—through trial and settlement—on behalf sexual abuse victims. 

Contact
John Manly (Kathy Frederiksen)
(949) 252-9990
kaf@manlystewart.com

For more information about the firm please visit www.manlystewart.com

About Martha Escutia and The Senators (Ret.) Firm, LLP: Senator Martha Escutia (Ret.) is a former member of the California State Assembly and State Senate and is a co-founding partner of the Newport Beach-based law firm, The Senators (Ret.) Firm, LLP.  While a member of the California Legislature, Senator Escutia was instrumental in passing new laws that greatly enhanced the ability of sexual abuse survivors to bring civil claims for damages. The Senators Firm represents individuals and families who have been injured or abused.

Contact
Sen. Martha Escutia (Ret.) (Deysi Cruz)
(949) 209-9820
dcortes@thesenatorsfirm.com

For more information about the firm please visit www.thesenatorsfirm.com or www.defiendetufamilia.com

SOURCE Manly & Stewart; The Senators Firm LLP

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