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DPP v Morgan (1975)
DPP v Morgan (1975)

The Defendant said to his friends that they could have sex with his wife. He said that she was willing but might pretend to be reluctant for her own pleasure. The wife did not consent and struggled and shouted. The men were convicted of rape and the Defendant was convicted of incitement to rape. The Judge told the jury that the men would be guilty of rape if their belief in her consent was not based on reasonable grounds. They appealed.

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