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Limits On Sexual Assault Cases
Hey just wanted to know something about sexual assault cases.
I was reading a blog on sexual assault from the website of a reputed defence lawyer in Toronto.

According to this blog post, There are limits on the kinds of questions your lawyer can ask the person who is accusing you of sexual assault. So let's say you are the defendant in a sexual assault case. If you are not allowed to ask the questions, how can you defend yourself against the accusation?

Defendant's lawyer can a bring a motion in court for getting permission to ask questions. But still, the lawyer can't ask questions about the sexual incident the charge relates to!
In my opinion, here the system is sacrificing the defendant for protecting the victim!
What do you think? Please leave your opinion on this matter below.
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