Ann Coffey, a Labor Party member of the British Parliament, says the nation may need to end jury trials in rape cases. Coffey says conviction rates for rape are too low. Coffey says lawmakers need to consider creating special rape courts or making sure that jurors are properly vetted in order to increase rape convictions.
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