Sex crime cases—especially those that involve children—are extremely complicated. In order to prove the defendant’s guilt, the prosecution will bring a tremendous amount of evidence to court, which may include witness testimony and physical evidence. It is up to the defense to find issues with the prosecution’s case and potentially disprove the credibility of the evidence.
The credibility or trustworthiness of a child witness is something that the prosecution will work to establish and that the defense will work to discredit. Known as credibility evidence, each side is allowed to present the following:
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