The Stanford Sexual Assault Case and the Limits of the Incarceration State

Between 12% and 20% of women are sexually assaulted while in college; between 3% and 10% might be raped or experience attempted rape.
Perhaps the most striking void left in the aftermath of the Brock Turner sexual assault trial—the Stanford rape case—is the utter lack of resolution for the victim and the degree to which the human harm created by his actions has gone unaddressed.
This is extraordinary given the apparent success of the case. Fewer than 10% of cases referred to prosecutors secure a conviction on the underlying assault or rape charge. The jury saw through the manipulations and smoke screens

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