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Vic teen rape victim wants court reform

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March 21, 2017

Victoria's attorney-general will meet with a teenage rape victim to discuss court reforms.

Victorian Attorney-General Martin Pakula will meet with a teenage Geelong rape victim to discuss court reforms.

The family of a 16-year-old girl raped by three men in November 2015 are pleading with the government to provide better protection for child victims during trials after she abandoned her case over fears of being cross-examined.

Opposition leader Matthew Guy says the coalition would give "in principle" support to reforms to protect victims giving evidence.

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