Leading Defence Lawyer, Stuart Sutton, recently featured in an episode of Womanhood, a BBC show that focuses on six famous women of "different ages, backgrounds and experiences" who discuss popular, and often controversial, topics.
When interviewed Stuart was asked his thoughts on the hashtag #believeallwomen, Stuart said "I don't think you can blanket believe someone just on gender. I think the accused has to have a voice. When that accused is in the police station answering questions, he is no more than an accused."
Stuart continued, "You can't just walk in and say 'he's done that to me, and therefore I'm a victim and he is guilty’. There's no victim until someone's convicted." Also stating that, "it is life changing to be accused."
You can watch the full episode on BBC iPlayer here.