When you set out on your cruise vacation, the last thing you expect is to fall victim to rape or sexual assault. However, these continue to be the two most common crimes at sea. As a result, it is important to know how to report these incidents, should tragedy strike. Our cruise ship rape lawyer explains everything you need to know.
Author: Charles R. Lipcon
This week, Daniel Belling, the man accused of killing his wife while on their Mediterranean cruise last year, has been released from prison. The release comes after 14 months of being held without bail in Rome’s Regina Coeli jail. Without proper forensic evidence or a body, Belling’s legal team argued that there was not enough evidence to continue to hold him. The case against him will continue, but Belling will be allowed to return to Dublin.