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Only 6.5% of reported rapes result in a conviction. This figure of 6.5% is subject to much academic debate, figures of 13% will be aired; however, 13% is for convictions, for rape and lesser offences, such as sexual assault, following trial.
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 The figure 6.5% is representative of convictions on Rape only, and not lesser offences following trial
 Home Office, Supporting Victims and Addressing the Justice Gap, http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/+/http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk/crime-victims/reducing-crime/sexual-offences/index.html
  EWCA Crim 804
  73 Cr App R 344
  EWCA Crim 2056
 Unreported, Swansea Crown Court, November 2005
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