Brock Turner’s “outercourse” defense failed miserably
“The fact that defendant was engaging in a different sexual act at the time the encounter was interrupted (namely, ‘dry humping’) does not foreclose the inference that he intended, ultimately, to rape,” the judges wrote.
Stanford Rapist Brock Turner Returned Home to a Bunch of Armed Protestors
In addition to dealing with strangers brandishing rifles and holding posters on his front lawn, Turner registered as a sex offender in Ohio Tuesday, where he will begin serving three years of probation.
The Stanford Rape Case Judge Has Been Taken off His Latest Sexual Assault Case
Judge Aaron Persky was widely condemned after sentencing Stanford rapist Brock Turner to six months in jail. As Persky is removed from a forthcoming sexual assault case, we ask legal experts what happens when a judge is accused of bias.
Stanford Rapist Brock Turner Will Get Out of Jail Three Months Early
The student whose six-month sentence started a raging debate on privilege for white, affluent rape defendants will end up serving only half of it.
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Public Defender: Stanford Rapist Got 'Exact Same' Sentence as Person of Color Would
"People say it's because he's a Stanford kid and he's rich and the judge played lacrosse… It would have been the exact same result for a person of color."