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Criminal Defense Attorney Troy Slaten explains to E! News why Kanye's victim may stay quiet.

Posted by Floyd, Skeren & Kelly, LLP | Jan 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

Criminal defense attorney Troy Slaten tells E! News that authorities usually want victims to come in after the incident so they can explain the extent of the injuries, show results of any medical exams and/or treatments to compile the most complete and accurate report to the District Attorney.

"The police can't force a victim to talk to them," Slaten tells E! News "If they don't have a cooperative victim, the case is harder to prosecute. If you have no victim, it would most likely get dismissed."

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