Pants-of-dog wrote:This seems like unsupported speculation and not a real argument.
Why? If the law makes something illegal, and there's pretty much only one way anyone could ever be prosecuted by that law, isn't it reasonable to assume it's going to happen? That the prosecutor, judge and jury could easily decide it constitutes adequate evidence.
Give us one realistic example of how a man could ever be convicted of this law that involves more than just the allegations of the woman.
I think we all know you can't.
They're going to prosecute the man because it's illegal, and there is never going to be more evidence than the woman's claim that the man did that.