University rape cases decided on probabilities

Rebecca Urban - The Australian

The University of Sydney. Picture: Getty Images University students accused of sexual assault, including rape, are having their culpability determined according to a civil law-style balance-of-probabilities threshold. A raft of new university policies have emerged in response to concerns about the prevalence of sexual misconduct on campuses. Many of the policies — including the University […]

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