The District of Columbia Court of Appeals had held that corroboration of a mature complainant's testimony is no longer required to sustain a conviction for rape, abrogating its corroboration rule.
Arnold v. United States, 358 A.2d 335 (D.C. Ct. App. 1976) (en banc).
Constance A. Hill,
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