People v. Turner, formally People of the State of California v. Brock Allen Turner (2015), was a criminal case filed in Santa Clara County Superior Court which convicted Brock Allen Turner of three counts of felony sexual assault. Turner was a student athlete at Stanford University on January 18, 2015, when he sexually assaulted 22-year-old Chanel Miller while she was intoxicated and unconscious. Miller was referred to in court documents as "Emily Doe".
Brock Turner was sentenced to just six months in jail for sexually assaulting Chanel Miller. He walked free after 90 days. Miller says the sentence left her "in shock." See the full "60 Minutes".. CBS News - Published
Until now, millions of people only knew Chanel Miller as Emily Doe, the name she was given by the legal system. In 2015, Brock Turner sexually assaulted her outside a fraternity party, while she was.. CBS News - Published
We are hearing a powerful new perspective on sexual assault from survivor Chanel Miller. The once-anonymous woman was attacked by former Stanford swimmer, Brock Turner, while she was unconscious... CBS News - Published
For years, Chanel Miller was known only as "Emily Doe." In 2015, she was sexually assaulted after a Stanford University party. Brock Turner, a former athlete, was convicted of three felony counts,.. CBS News - Published
For years she was known as "Emily Doe," the young woman sexually assaulted in 2015 by Brock Turner. Now, Chanel Miller is reclaiming her story; and, the brotherly love that helped Shaquem Griffin make.. CBS News - Published
"I thought, wow, there's an assignment that exists in the world that I was made to do," Chanel Miller describes how her powerful victim impact statement came together after Brock Turner was convicted.. CBS News - Published
A former Stanford University student whose sexual assault of an incapacitated woman drew national headlines and widespread scorn lost his bid for a new trial, pushing him closer to having to register.. USATODAY.com - Published