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“The Sexual Offences Act 2003 successfully modernises the offence of rape. It contains a clear and unambiguous definition of consent. The introduction of conclusive and evidential presumptions not only provides a simple and straightforward mechanism for structuring jury’s decision-making, but also clearly communicates forms of unacceptable sexual behaviour. And the change in the mens rea helps secure convictions by preventing defendants from being able to rely on dubious social conventions and stereotypes”.
Discuss the extent to which you agree with this statement
should we discuss the elements of Sexual Offences Act 2003, explaining what Act contains. and given cases related that this Act affects and give a conclusion on what my opinions on this case
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