Child Victims Act Lawsuit Filed Against Ex-Prosecutor On Behalf of Former Babysitter

The Buffalo News recently published a story regarding a Child Victim’s Act lawsuit filed against a former Erie County prosecutor. Attorney Richard P. Weisbeck, Jr. filed the Child Victims Act lawsuit on behalf of his client against former prosecutor, Michael R. Stebick.

As reported in The Buffalo News, the Child Victim’s Act lawsuit states that the incidents took place in 1992 in Michael Stebick’s Orchard Park home when Mr. Weisbeck’s client was sixteen years old.

Mr. Weisbeck stated to The Buffalo News “My client was a babysitter, hired by Stebick, and he was about 44 at the time”. Mr. Weisbeck continued by saying “There were multiple incidents.”

The Buffalo News’ story on this Child Victims Act lawsuit included details on a 2008 human trafficking conviction against Michael Stebick. The Buffalo News noted that Richard Weisbeck indicated the Child Victims Act lawsuit has no connection to the 2008 human trafficking matter.

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For more information on the legal rights of survivors of childhood sexual abuse and the Child Victims Act, visit Lipsitz Green Scime Cambria’s Sexual Abuse Victims page. For answers to additional questions or for a free confidential case review, contact attorney Richard P. Weisbeck, Jr. at 716-849-1333, ext. 348 or via e-mail at