Your comment is irrelevant because the facts of your case bear no resemblance to the facts of the case with the Jessup man.This guy should get a huge sentence for the choking and the confessed attempted robbery of this woman. However, the rape charge should not be used against this guy. He made sexual reference when choking this woman. 35 years ago I was arrested for disorderly conduct when I got into a heated argument with a police officer. I had a condom in my pocket at that time. Using the attempted rape scenario in this news article I, who weighted 120 lbs at the time, should have been charged with the attempted rape of the 6'3", 250 lb officer with whom I was arguing.
The Jessup guy's victim was a woman in her own home, not a police officer.
The Jessup guy had lubricant with him, not just a condom.
The Jessup guy's victim clearly had reason to believe she could be raped; your 6'3" 250lb police officer clearly had no reason to suspect that you intended rape.
And we don't know if the Jessup guy had a prior criminal history for assault or rape; other than your assault of the police officer, do you have a prior criminal history for assault or rape, pajoyo?