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Prosecutors told to doubt suspected rapists’ past passionate poise and diagnosis of women

PROSECUTORS have been told to doubt suspected rapists’ past passionate poise and their diagnosis of women in a bid to boost bad self-assurance rates.

Victims’ characters are infrequently questioned in justice and jurors will now also hear some-more about purported attackers’.

Director of Public Prosecutions Alison Saunders announced the move

Director of Public Prosecutions Alison Saunders announced the move

Evidence such as prior determining or forceful poise against ex-girlfriends may be considered

Evidence such as prior determining or forceful poise against ex-girlfriends may be considered

Evidence such as prior determining or forceful poise against ex-girlfriends and their comments on social media may be considered.

Director of Public Prosecutions Alison Saunders announced the move.

She told London’s Evening Standard that meaningful some-more about the suspect’s credentials was crucial.

It comes after a fibre of high-profile cases finished in acquittal, with men convincing juries the sex was consensual.



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