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Consent laws aren't the reason for low sexual assault conviction rates — it's how society views rape itself

By Simon Bronitt, Head of School and Dean Professor of Law, University of Sydney
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Juries in rape cases must decide whether the prosecution has proven there was no free and voluntary consent. And this is where broader societal attitudes come into play.

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