An old Stanford swimmer whom sexually assaulted an unconscious girl had been sentenced to 6 months in prison because an extended phrase might have “a serious impact on him,” based on a judge. At his sentencing Thursday, their target read him a page explaining the “serious effect” the attack had on her behalf.
One evening in January 2015, two Stanford University graduate pupils biking across campus spotted a freshman thrusting their human body along with an unconscious, half-naked girl behind a dumpster. This March, A california jury found the former pupil, 20-year-old Brock Allen Turner, responsible of three counts of intimate attack. Turner encountered at the most 14 years in state jail. On he was sentenced to six months in county jail and probation thursday. The judge stated he feared an extended sentence could have a “severe impact” on Turner, a champ swimmer who once aspired to compete when you look at the Olympics — a place over and over over and over over and over repeatedly raised throughout the test.
On Thursday, Turner’s target addressed him straight, detailing the impact that is severe actions had on her behalf — through the evening she learned she was in fact assaulted by a complete complete stranger while unconscious, into the grueling test during which Turner’s solicitors argued that she had eagerly consented.