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    Sex Offenses: Re: Wrongful Conviction- and I'm the "Victim"

    ok, Thank you. I appreciate your reply and that you do understand.

    Regardless of the original complaint, lies, exaggerated police statement or otherwise, the actual truth is I wasn't rapedů but a...
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    Sex Offenses: Re: Wrongful Conviction- and I'm the "Victim"

    Actually you seem to still not get it, or maybe you don't want to understand. But it is a huge deal, if the defense had won the Sirois hearing my husband would not be in prison right now. Literally....
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    Sex Offenses: Re: Wrongful Conviction- and I'm the "Victim"

    Thank you for explaining that for some of these people. It's a definite "legal" term, a ruling given by the judge.
    I was at every court date I knew about, even if my husband was not brought over...
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    Sex Offenses: Re: Wrongful Conviction- and I'm the "Victim"

    I was available and did testify. Legally unavailable is a legal term, which gave the DA the ability to use hearsay.
    They didn't like that I "changed" my story.
    My story never included rape or...
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    Sex Offenses: Re: Wrongful Conviction- and I'm the "Victim"

    There is a lot more. The written statement (by the detective) was admissible b/c they held a Sirois hearing, in which I was declared legally unavailable. Meaning hearsay was allowed at trial.
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    Sex Offenses: Wrongful Conviction- and I'm the "Victim"

    My question involves criminal law for the state of: New York
    My boyfriend(now husband) was convicted of raping me, I wasn't/he didn't. Even though I told the DA that it never happened and they had...
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