Can a man be arrested for sexual relations with a minor on her word alone without any physical evidence?
Question Details: There has been a warrant issued.
Yes, he can be. There is no requirement in the law for physical evidence of a crime: if the victim or othern witness is credible (believable) enough, the alleged perpetrator can be arrested or even possibly convicted (e.g. if the testimony proves the matter "beyond a reasonable doubt") without physical evidence.
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