The cabdriver was acquitted of rape charges.
Now that we've established that he was charged with rape (and acquitted of rape because a Judge says that drunks can consent), let's go from there.
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Was a blood alcohol test taken on the woman by the police to see what state of intoxication she was in?
Was there video footage of the woman leaving the bar to see what state of intoxication she may have been in? (i.e. was she falling down drunk).
Were bar patrons questioned or was there a copy of her bar receipt brought into evidence to show how much she had to drink?
Let's keep in mind the past history of the accused rapist as well:
"A 2015 search warrant application mentions other situations involving Al-Rawi and female passengers.
One woman reported that Al-Rawi did not stop at her house, kept driving around the block while calling her "baby" and grabbed her hand and asked her to stay. The woman only wanted this information documented.
In another situation, a woman reported being intoxicated and getting into a cab driven by Bassam Abdullatif. Abdullatif and Al-Rawi are the same person, according to the search warrant.
Allegedly Al-Rawi took the woman up to his apartment and sexually assaulted her. The woman had limited recollection of the alleged assault."