Monday, September 30, 2019
Ryan Soscia, a 25-year-old former Stonington, Conn., resident has created an Internet application called JDOE, which enables victims of sexual assault to report their abuser anonymously and be connected with a law firm that could potentially represent them in a lawsuit. The application also enables the identification of repeat sexual offenders.
"We're currently working with over 30 law firms to date in various states around the country," Soscia said by phone from Washington, D.C., last week. "I think we've helped to identify 65 repeat offenders to date."
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