NEW RAPE EVIDENCE LAW IN SYNC WITH SEXUAL ASSAULT STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS
10/19/16 3:19 PM
Rape kits and other forensic evidence of sexual assault will need to be preserved for 15 years in Massachusetts under a law Gov. Charlie Baker signed Wednesday, a move that supporters hailed as a step towards bringing justice to rape survivors.
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