Has anyone ever brought such a case? Would it stop the thing happening in the first place, or prosecute elders after the event?
You mentined murder earlier but there are specific laws relating to murder. Is there a specific law against three men questioning a woman if she is not being physically confined at the time? Is that sexual harassment? Has anyone tested that view legally? It would be interesting.
But I still think JWs should not be able to discriminate against women or gay people based on gender and sexuality. That is the law of the land already, it's just that churches are for some reason exempt. They shouldn't be. And if they weren't it would solve all sorts of other problems too. I doubt judicial hearings could carry on the way they do if there were women elders during the process. Everything would be different.