Attorneys – Contempt – Criminal Practice – Rape Shield LawState v. Okwara In the underlying rape case, defense counsel (defendant herein) obviously knew the Rape Shield Statute required her to seek an in camera hearing before she could cross-examine the complaining witness about her sex life, since defense counsel had sought and obtained such a ruling about the witness’ past sexual relationship with the accused.
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