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Doe v. Roman Catholic Bishop of San Diego, No. B209557

In fifteen plaintiffs' statewide clergy sex abuse case against defendants, trial court's order sustaining defendants' demurrers without leave to amend is affirmed as childhood sexual molestation victims whose claims were time barred before January 1, 2003, had to sue during the ensuing one-year revival period regardless of whether they had yet discovered the link between the earlier abuse and their adult outset of psychological injuries from that abuse. 

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Filed November 6, 2009

Judges

Opinion by Judge Rubin

Counsel

For Appellant:  Zalkin & Zimmer, Irwin M. Zalkin and Devin M. Storey

For Appellee:  Hennigan, Bennett & Dorman and Lee W. Potts; Shea Stokes Roberts & Wagner, Maria C. Roberts, Shirley Gauvin, and Christina Yates