Yes one can be prosecuted for a sexual offense without a "rape kit"; and the alleged vctim's word is sufficient not only for prosecution but also for conviction if believed by the jury.
Competent attorney is needed. Uncle should say nothing more than what he has to anyone other than the attorney.
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He needs lawyer, that lawyer can evaluate the case. Anyone else is only guessing.
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Yes you can. The victim's word is enough to charge and convict.
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