Tangible evidence must be provided in all rape and serious sexual assault cases.

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At present, rape and serious sexual assault convictions carry a lengthy custodial sentence. Crimes of this severity must therefore be proved without doubt . Under current law many innocent people are being convicted on  'he said / she said'  evidence.

Recently a trial took place where a family member was falsely accused of rape and received a life changing sentence, he was convicted solely on the utterances of the claimant in court, hard to believe that this takes place in court, (in this day and age!) 

As this is a serious charge I believe that tangible evidence such as a medical report, CCTV, forensic evidence, any witness, digital evidence, lie detector and mental health assessment are all things that should be presented at trial.



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