Well obviously either the State or the alleged victim doesn't agree with your husband's conclusion that the act was consensual. That is why he is being charged. However, he certainly has the right to plead not guilty and make the State prove the facts that would support a non-consensual act. If this comes down to a "he said, she said" then if the alleged victim is not believable or your husband is more believable, then he will be acquitted. He needs to work with his criminal
defense attorney to put together the best defense plan that he has based on the facts. There is nothing you can do, or should do, other than be supportive. You are not apparently the victim or a witness so you cannot interfere with the investigation
or the defense/prosecution of the case. If you have evidence that will help your husband, you want to provide that to his attorney to handle and try to use to get the charge dismissed. That is their job.
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