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Victims Of Sexual Abuse By Joseph Weller Elementary School Teacher Craig Allen Harward May Be Eligible for Justice and Potential Compensation

Craig Allen Harward, 54, currently detained in Santa Clara County Jail for allegedly molesting a 10-year-old neighborhood boy, is now suspected of victimizing four additional children.

Milpitas Police Cmdr. Dennis Graham revealed that charges related to these new cases still need to be formally filed.

Three identified victims were students at Joseph Weller Elementary School in Milpitas, where Harward had been a teacher for six years.

The victims, comprising four boys and one girl, range in age from 7 to 13.

Two of these victims, including the initial neighbor boy, were not enrolled at Weller Elementary but knew Harward through their association with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Milpitas First Ward, in Fremont, where he held a position as a member and secretary to the bishop.

Cmdr. Graham mentioned that most of the alleged incidents occurred within Harward's classroom at the school, often discreetly, even in the presence of other students.

Marlin Foxworth, superintendent of the Milpitas Unified School District, noted that the district had sent letters to parents informing them of the situation and offering support, such as counseling services upon request.

Foxworth mentioned that, like all new teachers, Harward underwent fingerprinting and a background check during his hiring process.

The police investigation began when the parents of the 10-year-old victim reached out to authorities on July 30, reporting inappropriate touching incidents over about six weeks.

Allegations include Harward fondling the boy's genitals and exposing himself, with incidents occurring by a pool in the housing complex and at Harward's residence, where he lived with his wife.

The day after the parents ' report, Harward turned himself into the police station with his church bishop by his side.

Harward was charged with two counts of lewd and lascivious behavior with a child under 14, which carry the potential for a life sentence.

We believe all victims who have experienced sexual abuse at the hands of Joseph Weller Elementary School Teacher Craig Allen Harward should receive justice and potential compensation, beginning with a free, private case review with our experienced legal team.

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Eligible Victims Of Sexual Abuse At Joseph Weller Elementary School Or Any Other Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Associated School May Qualify For A Case Evaluation

If you suffered sexual abuse at Joseph Weller Elementary School or any other Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints associated school, you may have grounds to pursue legal action and a financial recovery of your damages.

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Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Milpitas First Ward, in Fremont

The two who weren't Weller students, including the neighbor boy, knew Harward from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Milpitas First Ward, in Fremont, where he was a member and a secretary to the bishop.

More details about teacher Craig Allen Hawrward’s abuses at his home:

He was already in Santa Clara County Jail on charges that he fondled a 10-year-old neighborhood boy;

The incidents occurred by a pool in the complex and Harward's home, where he lived with his wife.

According to Marlin Foxworth, superintendent of the Milpitas Unified School District, he is now on administrative leave.

More details about the incidents at Joseph Weller Elementary School:

The victims were four boys and one girl ranging in age from 7 to 13.

Most of the alleged incidents occurred within Harward's classroom at the school, even in the presence of other students.

The school is offering support, such as counseling services, upon request.

The case began when the parents of the 10-year-old victim reached out to authorities, reporting inappropriate touching incidents.

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Victims of sexual abuse by Joseph Weller Elementary School teacher Craig Allen Harward may have grounds to pursue legal action and financial recovery of damages.

Child Sexual Abuse Damage FAQ: Questions About Child Sexual Abuse

What is the statute of limitations for sexual abuse cases?

An overhaul of California’s civil statute of limitations on childhood sex abuse claims allows victims to seek justice. However, the current statute of limitations requires the abuse to have occurred at a certain age and an analysis of the current age of the victim.

If I want to bring a case against the person who abused me or the institution that permitted it, must I go to court?

If a lawsuit is going to be filed by you against someone who has sexually abused you or against an institution that is somehow responsible for the sexual abuse you suffered, you should be prepared to go to trial. However, most of these cases do not go to court. In most cases, there is a financial settlement before the matters occur in a courtroom.

We have noticed that our child has been acting very strange lately and suspect that maybe he/she was sexually abused. What should we do?

If a lawsuit is going to be filed by you against someone who has sexually abused you or against an institution that is somehow responsible for the sexual abuse you suffered, you should be prepared to go to trial. However, most of these cases do not go to court. In most cases, there is a financial settlement before the matters occur in a courtroom.

Survivors can seek justice for sexual abuse even if it occurred years ago.

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