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California Fixes Law That SaidCalifornia has finally fixed an 1872 law that led a court to throw out a rape conviction on the basis that the female victim wasn't married at the time of her rape. Earlier this year, California's Second District Court of Appeals granted a retrial for a man, Julio Morales, who snuck into a woman's bed, pretended to be her boyfriend, and raped her. Because the woman wasn't married at the time, the court "reluctantly" held that it wasn't legally defined as rape. Here's an excerpt from the court's ruling, courtesy of LA Weekly: A man enters the dark bedroom of an unmarried woman after seeing her boyfriend leave late at night, and has sexual...
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