SAN JOSE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The first sentence of the first paragraph of release dated July 8, 2020 should read: The award-winning law firm of Corsiglia, McMahon & Allard is announcing that it is investigating rape claims against a former van driver for The Program for Students with Developmental Disabilities (PSDD), which is a division of the Community Education Department at Mission College. (instead of The award-winning law firm of Corsiglia, McMahon & Allard is announcing that it is investigating rape claims against a former van driver for Mission College’s Disability Support Program & Services (DSPS))
The third paragraph should also be deleted: The Mission College DSPS program, according to the West Valley-Mission Community College District is, “to support the college student with a disability to enter campus life, its programs and activities, both on campus and through distance education.”
The corrected release reads:
LAW FIRM OF CORSIGLIA, MCMAHON & ALLARD IS INVESTIGATING RAPE ALLEGATIONS AGAINST MISSION COLLEGE SPECIAL NEEDS STUDENTS
Corsiglia, McMahon & Allard is nationally recognized for its representation of sexual misconduct victims.
The award-winning law firm of Corsiglia, McMahon & Allard is announcing that it is investigating rape claims against a former van driver The Program for Students with Developmental Disabilities (PSDD), which is a division of the Community Education Department at Mission College. The driver, identified as Ray Ruiz, was recently arrested by the Santa Clara Police Department.
Reports indicate Ruiz is accused of raping a 25-year-old special needs Mission College student earlier this year. The cerebral palsy student is alleged to have the intelligence of a 13-year-old and uses a wheelchair. According to reports, the student revealed to her mother that Ruiz raped her on the Mission College campus in a bathroom near KJ’s Coffee shop.
“As attorneys representing sexual assault victims, we understand that special needs students are among the most vulnerable in our society,” attorney Mark Boskovich said. “We are committed to holding Mission College accountable for failing to protect at least one special needs student and possibly many more. We urge the parents of students sexually assaulted by Ruiz to contact our law firm and help us in our investigation. All calls and communications are confidential.”
Corsiglia, McMahon & Allard has a long record of defending victims of sexual misconduct. Over the years, the law firm has achieved national recognition for making the sport of swimming safer for children through its representation of numerous young athletes who were victims of sexual abuse by USA Swimming coaches.
The law firm of Corsiglia, McMahon & Allard works on a contingency basis, which means that clients do not pay anything unless the firm succeeds in collecting compensation for you.
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