I'm not sure if it already happens but what do you think?
When I say falsely I mean she straight up lied.
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Most Helpful Girl
I've talked about this before. No they should not.
You need to understand how the court goes through with rape cases or many other cases in general. If there's not enough evidence case comes through as not guilty/insufficient evidence. In this percentage false accusations are included. Which is why the number seems big when it's actually not.
If those cases of insufficient evidence turns into something that will throw you to jail it would be an ultimate disaster and real rape victims would end up being jailed. And in turn less actual rape victims will report and all rapists walk around loose because fear of not having enough evidence to report them and they'll end up jailed themselves for trying.
And how does someone determine if the accuser is lying or not?
And like I said in another post, an psychologist has to be involved into court so they can determine if the case seems legit or not by judging the situation and responses and behaviour of the ones involved. And in turn real rape victims do get justice while false accusations become more difficult.6
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Most Helpful Guy
Rape crime has an extremely cruel punishment. Your life is destroyed over and over and it makes hell looks like a vacation.
If she managed to convict an innocent guy and layer got the results overturned and the court found out she did it with malice, then she must pay for all of his lost wages, opportunity and years lost. She also must pay for all his legal costs as well as a punitive damage sufficient enough to make she nobody else would ever try to do it again.
Otherwise, the court will have to rectify the problem because it had failed to do its job and must find a way for the guy to get back on track. 10mil+ and a new identity will probably be a good start.1