Eve: No court would allow a jury to hear about Marsh's sexual history. Not now, not anymore.
Ford: And even if they did allow it, I wouldn't. Look, it doesn't matter about Marsh's sexual history; it doesn't matter if she slept with the London Fire Brigade. If she conducts herself within the law, she has a right to its protection. This is about consent. If it wasn't present, and Carey knew it wasn't present, then it is rape, pure and simple.
Beth: What happened to, "our job is to ask the questions?"
Ford: Your job is to ask the right questions.