oa Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa - Presumption of impotence: the American experience
It is submitted that in no state in America should there be either a conclusive or a rebuttable presumption of impotence. The potency or otherwise of a young male should be left to the jury as a matter of inference from the evidence presented before them. This should be provided for by legislation along the lines of that to be found in Florida and New Zealand.
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