The Pennsylvania Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in October in a civil case related to an alleged rape of a minor by teenaged employees of the former Philadelphia Veterans Stadium after a Phillies game in 2000.

The justices will hear arguments on Oct. 15 in C.C.H. v. Philadelphia Phillies Inc. on whether a consent defense can be used in a civil trial for damages stemming from an alleged criminal rape and/or sexual assault.

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