One thing I don't quite get about some of these cases. Ched Evans was sentenced for raping a woman. It was decided (rightly in my opinion) that it was rape because the woman was unable to give consent due to being far to drunk.
Now, myunderstanding is the age of consent in the UK is 16, with this being defined as:
age of consent
The age at which a person is legally considered competent to give consent, as to sexual intercourse.
So surely, in every case like this, as a minimum, rape has to have occurred because the victim is not legally considered able to give consent?
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