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Terry Mitchell receives a hug from her husband Greg following a hearing, which is a key test of a law aimed at allowing people who say they were sexually abused to sue decades later, at the Utah Supreme Court Monday, May 14, 2018, in Salt Lake City, The Utah Supreme Court heard arguments in a lawsuit against a former federal judge accused of sexually assaulting a teenage witness when he was a prosecutor handling a white supremacist serial-killer trial. The suit was filed by Mitchell who says Richard W. Roberts, who went on to be a federal judge, abused her in Utah in 1981. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

Terry Mitchell receives a hug from her husband Greg following a hearing, which is a key test of a law aimed at allowing people who say they were sexually abused to sue decades later, at the Utah Supreme Court Monday, May 14, 2018, in Salt Lake City, The Utah Supreme Court heard arguments in a lawsuit against a former federal judge accused of sexually assaulting a teenage witness when he was a prosecutor handling a white supremacist serial-killer trial. The suit was filed by Mitchell who says Richard W. Roberts, who went on to be a federal judge, abused her in Utah in 1981. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

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