Rape Trials: Analysis and Critique

  • Shaivi Gandhi
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  • Shaivi Gandhi

    Student in India

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The aim of this paper is to examine the topic of "Rape" in India from several angles and to offer solutions for eliminating this crime from the country. A comprehensive investigation using the primary problem analysis technique should get used to the gang rape case of 16 December 2012 in order to uncover the underlying source of the rape problem and advise ways to minimize such exacerbations in the future. Despite the fact that rape is considered horrible and illegal in nature, the quantity and degree of inhumanity associated with this crime has already been increasing. As a result, the topic is both significant and timely. The work presents an intellectual and empirical contribution to a little-studied area of rape violence against women. A greater understanding of the rationale behind rape would almost certainly lead to the implementation of preventative measures. Since there are numerous perspectives on rape and related crimes, the investigations are fragmented in nature and require a holistic integration to immerse into the causes and consequences of rape. This research not only incorporates multiple perspectives, but it also investigates the multifaceted reasons of the rape phenomena.


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International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation, Volume 3, Issue 4, Page 983 - 996

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLSI.111009

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