Scotland: no more rapist cross-examining victims

Manzano, Angie; Eastlick, Megan
November 2000
Off Our Backs;Nov2000, Vol. 30 Issue 10, p3
Reports on the proposal to close the legal loophole that allows men on trial for rape to cross-examine their victims in court in Scotland.


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