How often does a case for rape in which enthusiastic consent was given but the victim was intoxicated work out in the victim's favor?
- BruceLv 72 months ago
People frequently confuse "intoxication" with "incapacitation".
Intoxication is not an issue unless the person is so incapacitated they are unable to give consent. Simply being legally drunk is not incapacitation.
- SlickterpLv 72 months ago
If it can be shown they were intoxicated, pretty much all the time.
- Kid MohawkLv 52 months ago
Too often. When someone is violated against their will, they of course have my empathy. But to say that your partner should of recognized that you were too drunk to give consent at a time when they were probably also wasted is taking it too far.