Stanford Grapples With New Title IX Rules Giving More Rights To Those Accused Of Campus Sexual AssaultThe Trump Administration on Wednesday released controversial new rules for how sexual misconduct allegations will be handled on school and university campuses, presenting a conundrum to Stanford University officials weighing what compliance with the rules will look like.
Former Stanford Swimmer Brock Turner Files Appeal in Sex Assault CaseAttorneys say they hope a new trial will help overturn the former Stanford swimmer's mandatory lifetime requirement to register as a sex offender.
Campus Sexual Assault Symposium Held In Wake Of Brock Turner CaseElected officials, law enforcement officers, university representatives and other leaders gathered at Santa Clara University Friday for a discussion on campus sexual assault.
Brock Turner Featured On Sexual Assault Awareness Posters At Cal PolyA man who literally has become the face of campus sexual assault has been spotted on posters on the campus of California State Polytechnic University in San Luis Obispo.
Stanford Rape Case Spurs DA Push For Mandatory SentencesSparked by the Stanford rape trial and subsequent lenient sentence that drew worldwide criticism, the Santa Clara County District Attorney made a move Wednesday to close a loophole for California sex offenders.
Victim's Letter In Stanford Rape Case Inspires New LegislationThe woman who was sexually assaulted by a former Stanford University swimmer is inspiring the Santa Clara County District Attorney to develop new legislation.
Stanford Sex Assault Judge Removed From Presiding Over New Sex Assault CaseA Northern California prosecutor has removed the judge targeted for recall because of his handling of a campus sexual assault case from a new sexual assault case.
Ex-Stanford Swimmer's Friend Blames Political Correctness For Sexual Assault ConvictionA childhood friend of the former Stanford swimming star convicted of sexually assaulting a woman in January blames the verdict onthe need to be "politically correct."
Judge Faces Demand For Recall Over Sentence In Stanford Rape CaseThe public outrage over a judge's decision to give a former Stanford student a short six-month jail sentence for felony sex assault continued to grow Monday.
Ex-Stanford Swimmer Avoids Long Prison Term In Sexual Assault, Gets 6 Months In JailA former Stanford University swimmer who was convicted in late March of sexually assaulting an unconscious woman in front of a fraternity party was sentenced Thursday to six months in county jail and probation.