Written into the United States Constitution are some very important protections against false conviction and false imprisonment. There are solid reasons for this, beginning with your rights, as described in the Declaration of Independence, to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
Your fellow citizens have the right to an assurance that their tax dollars will not be used to abuse their fellow citizen by violating those rights. That doesn’t sit well with feminist advocates when the allegation in question is sexual assault, the accuser is a woman, and the accused is male, according to a Dallas Morning News article we’re going to examine on HBR Talk this week.
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