After the Kobe Bryant case: A turn in the wrong direction? - The Economist

After the Kobe Bryant case: A turn in the wrong direction?

After the Kobe Bryant case: A turn in the wrong direction? - The Economist
After the Kobe Bryant case: A turn in the wrong direction?
Published Sep 11, 2004
616 words — Published Sep 11, 2004
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An ephemeral celebrity trial may have a lasting effect on rape laws LAST week, the trial of Kobe Bryant collapsed when the basketball star's accuser told prosecutors she would not testify. The celebrity circus has now moved on, but the...

  
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