Without confrontation, the defense can't make a case. The US Supreme court recently confirmed it. If the defense can't cross examine the accuser, we no longer have our constitution and may as well revert to a colony of England and spit on the graves of the men and women who fought for the rights embodied in it.
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While the Defense attorneys may "try" to put the woman on trial, there are already specific rules of evidence which are in place to protect the victim of rape, incest, molestation, etc. from that type of conduct. Raise your concerns with the victim advocate assigned to your case. Ask to speak with the prosecutor. Most prosecutors who handle sex crimes are extremely compassionate and take every legal step, including filing pre-trial motions in limine, to prevent this type of conduct by the Defense.
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