The Pennsylvania Superior Court reviewed the Tender Years Hearsay Act after the appellant was convicted of sexual offenses based partly on the victim’s out-of-court statements to various family members about the defendant’s actions. On appeal, the defendant claimed that the trial court erred when it determined that the victim was unavailable to testify under the Tender Years rule. The defendant also claimed that the statements made to family members did not contain sufficient indicia of reliability. The Superior Court disagreed with each of the appellant’s arguments and affirmed.