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Providing anoymity to those accused of rape: an assessment of evidence

A report drawing on previous evidence reviews and research studies to present a summary of evidence.The report resulted in the final withdrawing of a coalition government proposal to grant anonymity to rape defendents.

Key areas considered include:

the legal position on anonymity in criminal cases; reporting and investigating rape
false allegations
securing a conviction
offending histories
the impact of media coverage

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