You're already thinking to yourself that this kind of story can only have a romantic ending, right?
The girl goes to the boy's house in the middle of the day. She knows she's meeting up to have sex with the boy. It's just the way things go where she grew up. She goes in the house and her and the boy partake in the agreed upon acts. But this is where it starts to go wrong.
The boy's friends are all in the room and they decide to have sex with the girl too. She protests, after all she did not sign up for this, but the boys do it anyway.
The girl calls the police once the hours long ordeal is over. She wants the boys arrested and charged with rape. The boys are all interviewed and claim she consented to the group sex. It was why she came over.
Essentially we are left with her testimony versus the boys statements. She admits to consensual sex with the first boy, but says it quickly became nonconsensual and it definitely was not consensual with the other boys. If we can prove the charges, it is definitely rape. The police call me as a prosecutor and ask, "What should we do?"
These are the types of situations we face every day. Can we prosecute this case? Should we prosecute this case? Check back on Wednesday for a view into how we decide what to do and how to do it.