Rape victims wait SIX MONTHS longer for justice than they did a decade ago.
In 2009 it took an average of 321 days from charges being brought to the completion of a trial. That time has risen to 495 days, new figures show.
And the proportion of rapes prosecuted has fallen to just 1.4 per cent. Four in 10 victims abandon cases because of police demands to see mobile phones and medical records.
One in seven do not go ahead because of “evidential difficulties”.
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