Quote Originally Posted by snarky
Quote Originally Posted by ANPSTEEL
Quote Originally Posted by snarky
...Sorry, but I think the DA has a responsibility to the public as much as he has to any supposed victim. If there is enough evidence to merit an indictment then he should be indicted just like anybody else would.

That is why I stated that I think he'd need to reach settlement prior to him submitting DNA evidence. (this of course assumes that there were fluids exchanged.)
But she has already filed a report and put stuff on the record. Whether he submits to DNA testing or not, there is a standing allegation that he sexually assaulted her and I don't think that should just go away because she gets a check. Criminal laws exist for the protection of the public not for the compensation of victims.
Doesn't really matter...if the DA doesn't have the girl to testify then the case becomes difficult if not impossible to prosecute.