The work of investigating, hearing, and deciding sexual-assault cases is complex and excruciating. Often it revolves around acquaintances, alcohol, and hazy recollections.
Criminal prosecutors decline to pursue many "he said/she said" cases, but…
This content is available exclusively to Chronicle subscribers
Already a subscriber?
Log in now
Not a subscriber yet?
Subscribe now for instant access to this article and thousands of others, data tables, and interactive charts — all available exclusively for Chronicle subscribers. Plus your subscription includes weekly print or digital delivery of The Chronicle and The Review and the Chronicle iPad® Edition.Subscribe Today