The Pennsylvania Supreme Court was trying to determine Monday how the public policy benefits of prohibiting a consent defense in criminal court when the victim is under 13 translate into the civil side.

In C.C.H. v. Philadelphia Phillies, Alan Schwartz represented the plaintiff, an 11-year-old who said employees of a vendor at the former Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia raped her after a Phillies game.

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