The Internet exploded several weeks ago when Brock Turner, the Stanford rape case assailant, received a sentence of only six months in jail for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman.
Lawmakers are now repeating their mistake by rushing to pass more headline-driven bills tailored to the circumstances of a particular case and the highly unpopular sentence that followed.
Santa Clara District Jeff Rosen called for mandatory prison terms for anyone convicted of sexually assaulting an unconscious and intoxicated person.
If you like reports, take a look at these. The Brock Turner case file is now online at the and the on-campus crime statistics report can be found at .
A German model who said she was drugged and raped by two men after a night of drinking in a Berlin club is fighting a court ruling that dismissed the charges.
Although more than 1.2 million people signed an online petition to oust a Santa Clara County Superior Court judge from the bench, officials say no effort has been made to launch an offic
To the editor: Brock Turner and his parents are yet another "affluenza" family. The convicted felon failed to take responsibility for the sexual assault he
Prosecutors 'lack confidence' in Stanford sex assault judge — and that could be a big problem for him
The judge who sentenced former Stanford University swimmer Brock Turner to six months in jail in a sexual assault case is facing a recall effort as well as
Juror who helped convict a former Stanford University student-athlete of sexually assaulting an unconscious woman thinks the “ridiculously lenient” jail sentence made a mockery of the jury's verdict.
The mother of a former Stanford University swimmer, whose six-month sentence for a campus sexual assault sparked outrage, pleaded with a judge, saying he wouldn’t survive in prison.
A handful of graduating Stanford seniors waved signs at Sunday's commencement ceremony showing support for victims of sexual assault and urging the university
Brock Turner's sentence proves again that in America's courtrooms, being white and educated mitigates your culpability.
The Santa Clara County Superior Court released the entire case file early Friday on Brock Turner, a former Stanford University swimmer convicted of sexually assault a woman.
Political professionals and a political action committee join the effort to remove the California judge who sentenced a former Stanford student to six months in jail for a campus rape.
Stanford rape case: How can Brock Turner accept responsibility for his actions if his father excuses them?
Throughout his letter to the judge, Brocker Turner's dad reveals a "my child can do no wrong" mindset.
Outrage over six-month sentence handed to former Stanford University swimmer Brock Turner last week following a sexual assault conviction has sparked an effort to recall Santa Clara County Superior Court judge Aaron Persky, but any effort to unseat the judge will be extremely difficult, according to experts.
Criminal sentencing decisions belong to judges, not the outraged public — even in the Stanford sexual assault case
The sentence of a Stanford student convicted of sexual assault on an unconscious 22-year-old woman demonstrates inherent justice system vulnerabilities
Two women who penned letters defending former Stanford University swimmer Brock Turner has have rescinded their support, saying they didn’t realize severity of his actions.
Voters should not oust the state judge who handed down the light sentence in the Stanford sexual assault case on the basis of that decision. But then, when should judges be dumped?
If a judge sentences a convicted sexual predator to just six months in jail, does he really belong on the bench?
This was no he said/she said, and yet a judge only sentenced Brock Turner to six months. "Enough," says the Stanford law professor who is leading a recall of the judge.
Brock Turner could be released as early as September after serving only three months of his six months jail sentence for sexually assaulting an unconscious wom
Two graduate students who said they witnessed Stanford University swimmer Brock Turner sexually assaulting a woman on campus have spoken out this week.
A Stanford University swimmer, who sentenced to six months in jail for sexually assaulting a woman behind a dumpster on the campus, blamed a “party culture and risk taking behavior” for his a
The father of former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner, convicted of sexual assault, reportedly referred to the assault as "20 minutes of action" in a pre-sentencing statement.
To the editor: The father's comments about "a steep price for 20 minutes of action" certainly did not make the judge's sentencing decision for convicted sex
A former Stanford University swimmer was convicted Wednesday of sexually assaulting a woman he met at a fraternity party.
A former Stanford University swimmer will face several felony charges after prosecutors say he raped a woman as she lay unconscious on campus grounds.