One of our most popular podcasts last year was with Michele Dauber, the Stanford Law Professor and head of the Committee to Recall Judge Persky, the judge in the Brock Turner case who made national headlines for giving the Stanford athlete...Show More Summary
Funny how the convicted rapist doesn't dispute that he assaulted an unconscious woman, just where the assault happened. The post Gavel Drop: Brock Turner Appeal Quibbles About ‘Trash Bin’ Versus ‘Garbage Enclosure’ appeared first on Rewire.
A professor at Stanford is in hot water after she tweeted a link to a song that promotes violence against convicted rapist Brock Turner. Devin Fehely reports. (12-7-17)
John Tompkins, Brock Turner’s legal advisor, told KNTV that the assault was "not a crime." The post Brock Turner Appeals Rape Conviction, Wants New Trial Due To Use Of Word “Dumpster” appeared first on CrimeFeed.
Brock Turner, the former Stanford University swimmer whose three-month jail stint for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman drew national attention, is appealing his conviction.
Brock Turner was treated by the justice system like a child, while Cyntoia Brown, who literally was a child, was not.
What in the actual fuck? In case you forgot the name Brock Turner, he is going to make sure you never will again. The former Stanford swim team member was found by two witnesses assaulting a woman who had passed out, leading to his arrest on rape charges. He was eventually convicted of three felonies: assault with [...]
A former Stanford University swimmer who was found guilty of sexually assaulting an unconscious woman outside a campus fraternity party, is to appeal his conviction. Brock Turner's case made headlines around the world, when the former...Show More Summary
Though already released from the very light sentence imposed on him by a sympathetic judge, Stanford rapist Brock Turner wants to have his verdict overturned all the same. Turner's lawyers argued in their appeal filed Friday that the...Show More Summary
Monday: Rethinking housing, Dianne Feinstein sees obstruction case, Brock Turner appeal, the 49ers finally win and the Emerald Cup.
Brock Turner, a convicted sex offender, was released from a California jail on Friday morning after serving only half of his prescribed sentence for charges of sexual assault, including rape. At roughly 6 a.m. local time, Turner was spotted exiting the Santa Clara County Jail by himself. Show More Summary
Brock Turner, who served three months in jail for sexual assault, is appealing his conviction, and looking for a retrial.
Brock Turner, the former Stanford student whose three-month jail stint for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman drew national condemnation, has filed an appeal that’s reinflamed anger among activists and advocates of women who have endured sexual violence. Show More Summary
Brock Turner has filed an appeal to have his three felony sexual assault convictions, for which he served only three months of prison time, overturned. Turner's lawyers are claiming his trial was "fundamentally unfair."
A former Stanford swimmer convicted of sexually assaulting an unconscious woman outside a campus fraternity party is appealing his guilty verdict. In an appeal filed Friday, lawyers for Brock Turner said the initial trial was “a detailed and lengthy set of lies.” They hope a new trial will also...
The former Stanford student, who served three months of a six-month sentence after being convicted of felony sexual assault, is seeking a retrial.
His lawyers are saying the trial was “a detailed and lengthy set of lies.”
Brock Turner Appeals Conviction In Sexual Assault Case The former Stanford University swimmer convicted of sexually assaulting an unconscious woman outside a campus fraternity party is now appealing his conviction. The 172-page brief filed by Brock Turner’s lawyers on Friday described the initial...
In an appeal filed Friday, lawyers for Brock Turner said the initial trial was “a detailed and lengthy set of lies.”
Brock Turner, the ex-Stanford University swimmer turned registered sex offender made famous for receiving an appallingly short sentence after being convicted of sexually assaulting an unconscious woman outside of a frat party, is making headlines again. Show More Summary