Lifted from the syllabus
The Court of Appeals, Graham, J., held
(1) evidence of defendant's prior sexual assaults on another child was admissible to prove intent;
(2) rape shield statute does not violate a defendant's right to fully confront and cross-examine an accuser;
(3) on issue of first impression, rape shield statute does not violate equal protection;
(4) evidence that a different uncle previously had raped the other child who testified as to other crimes evidence was inadmissible under rape shield law exceptions;
(5) any misstatement in prosecutor's closing argument about the presumption of innocence was not plain error.