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Is it fair that Daisy Coleman's alleged rapist wasn't charged with sexual assault?

  • Yes, there was insufficient evidence.

    Yes, it is fair that Daisy Coleman's alleged rapist wasn't charged, because there was not enough proof to sustain a conviction. A district attorney cannot charge a crime based on what they think happened. Rather, they are limited to what they think they can prove at trial. Unfortunately, that means some people who are probably guilty will not be charged.

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