if there was no hard evidence such as semen and in addition, it is claimed by the defendant that it was conse?

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If there was no hard evidence such as semen and in addition, it is claimed by the defendant that it was consenual. With the rape shield laws, do you know if there are any exceptions that would allow this type of questioning to occur?

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    7 years ago
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    What do hard evidence and the claim of consensuality have to do with cross-examination regarding the plaintiff's prior sexual conduct?

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