A case against mandatory reporting of sexual assault

Because sexual assault is often underreported, lawmakers sometimes propose mandatory reporting laws. Yet advocates for sexual assault survivors commonly oppose mandatory reporting. On Deeds Not Words, UT Public Affairs students Hailey Pulman and Katherine Protil explain why.

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