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What seems less clear after ARJD is whether and when evidence of complainants' after-the-fact conduct is admissible and what legitimate inferences it can support.
It would be more faithful to the Supreme Court of Canada's approach in other areas to acknowledge, like the dissent in ARJD, that prohibiting rigid expectations about how sexual assault victims behave does not preclude inferences from the complainant's after-the-fact conduct that are rooted in the specific factual context.
(183.) ARJD ABCA, supra note 182 at para 82 [emphasis omitted] (quoting the trial judge's reasons).