Client was accused of sexually assaulting a female he met on a social media dating application. They chatted for a few days and ultimately went on a date. They made tentative plans to meet up at a later date because she had plan’s that night. However, she decided to change those plans and meet and hangout with Client that evening. They picked up a pizza and hung out in his immaculate barracks room. They watched a movie and eventually one thing led to another. Eventually, Client drove her home. However, the next day he woke up to accusatory texts that he immediately rebutted. He didn’t delete his messages. When CID came to his room later that day, they found three empty condom wrappers from the night before. The alleged victim’s motive was not immediately apparent but even she herself states that she felt like she sent mixed signals and that he could think she was consenting under the circumstances. Despite those disclosures and the state of the evidence, Client was charged with sexual assault. In trial, the alleged victim actually said that her mind was telling her no, but her body was telling her yes. I caught her in several blatant lies and inconsistencies over the course of my cross examination. Client was found NOT GUILTY!