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Should rape complainers have independent representation?

Should rape complainers have independent representation?

Come along to this important and timely debate on the 28th November with the Faculty of Advocates and Rape Crisis Scotland.

Tickets are free for the debate, at 6pm on Wednesday, 28 November, in the Faculty’s Mackenzie Building in Edinburgh, and can be booked at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/faculty-and-rape-crisis-debate-tickets-52000144833

Read more on the Faculty of Advocates website at http://www.advocates.org.uk/news-and-responses/news/2018/nov/rape-complainers-should-be-represented-in-court-debate

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