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Rape trials: What happens when there is no victim testimony?

When a defendant in a criminal trial is accused of rape or some other type of sexual assault, prosecutors rely on evidence from as many sources as are available to prove the case beyond a reasonable doubt.

That would include physical and forensic evidence, such as scratches and bruises on the victim,…

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