The Law Commission is pushing for a specialist court to handle sexual violence cases.
It comes after the Commission's review of sexual violence victims' experience of the justice system.
It's found the time spent waiting for a trial after charges were laid, and having to give evidence in court, can delay a victim's recovery.
It wants a specialist court set up and run for two years as a pilot.
The Commission also recommends that judges dealing with such cases should have extra training.