Stanford swimmer Brock Turner appeals sex assault conviction, says he intended \'outercourse,\' not intercourse

by:Y&M Crafts     2019-09-09
A lawyer for former Stanford swimmer broke Turner was convicted in 2016 of sexually assaulting a woman in a coma, he tried to overthrow his client in front of a panel of skeptical appeals judges on Tuesday that Turner never intended to have sex with that woman.
He just wanted the \"coat\", lawyer Eric S.
Multhaup told the court in a brief oral debate.
This distinction is essential to Multhaup\'s argument that Turner should not be convicted of assault with intent to rape, as he claims that when two cyclists see Turner on the half side, he was dressed.
Naked woman in a coma behind the bin
According to Palo Alto Weekly, he believes that Turner is only engaged in \"outerwear\", a \"safe sex version\" without \"penis contact \". The long-
According to several reports from the hearing, three judges of California\'s Sixth District Appeals Court scratched their heads.
\"I absolutely don\'t understand what you\'re talking about,\" Justice Franklin D said . \"
Elia told Multhaup, according to The Mercury newspaper.
Turner was convicted of two crime of digital penetration of drunken and unconscious people and an attack on 2016 that was intended to commit rape, for which he served six months --
He was sentenced to three years\' probation.
He was also required to register as a lifelong offender.
Many see the verdict as too lenient, angering sexual assault survivors and domestic violence groups across the country, leading to the ouster of judges sentenced to Judge Turner, Judge Alan Kaspersky.
On June, the campaign was successful: voters in Santa Clara County recalled him from the bench with 60% of the vote.
Turner\'s attempt to overturn his conviction began in December, when muthhowp filed a 172-
A page brief from the California Court of Appeal
He submitted a second briefing in May, arguing that Turner was convicted of insufficient constitutional evidence and deprived of due process and fair trial.
Specifically, he felt that Turner should not be sentenced to digital penetration of a person who was in a coma and drunk because the prosecution did not prove that he \"knew or should know [the victim]
As required by California regulations, I am intoxicated with the inability to resist digital penetration. \".
\"There is no doubt that there is no evidence that she fell into the unconscious when digital penetration,\" Multhaup wrote . \".
Multhaup believes that he should not be convicted for the intent to commit rape because it is a \"coat \".
In his briefing, he described the external course in this way: \"[T]
He \"pushed the thru aggressively\" or \"Hunchback\", while in modern times it was considered that he was a substitute or substitute for sexual intercourse rather than a pioneer of sexual intercourse.
The term for this kind of activity in the popular word exchange is \"coat\", Anne Bolin and Patricia Wheeler. . .
The following has been described: \"coat\", interstock sexual intercourse, or something called \"dry\" in your author\'s generation
This is a relatively safe sense --
They wrote in their 1999 book, the perception of human sexuality, that sexual intercourse is alternating.
In the police report, Turner\'s behavior is described as follows: two young cyclists met Turner behind a bin, and a woman\'s clothes were pulled to the waist, whose underwear is thrown aside, whose hair and back are covered with pine needles, the sheriff\'s deputy will soon find out
The two men noticed that she did not move at all.
They decided to interrupt Turner, who ran away, but was soon nailed to the ground by the police.
They said they had no idea if Turner\'s pants were unfastened before the chase.
The police arrived quickly and found the woman unconscious.
The police said Turner admitted a digital penetration into her.
When Turner was convicted, California\'s laws were different from those in other states because rape was specifically limited to sexual intercourse by force, excluding digital or verbal penetration.
This is the central reason that muthupp thinks Turner has no \"intention to rape.
\"This loophole prompted legislation to amend the rape regulations in 2016 to make any type of non-
Sexual assault agreed by both parties
But it won\'t affect Turner\'s case because the law was passed after his attack.
In Tuesday\'s oral debate, three judges reminded Multhaup that the purpose of the Court of Appeal was not to question the jury\'s verdict retroactively.
\"We can\'t say [of the jury]
According to The Mercury newspaper, Judge Elia said, \"you should go another way . \".
\"The direct evidence is very little proof of intent,\" adds Elia, but indirect evidence.
\"You can\'t cut things off with surgery. look separately.
The judges have 90 days to decide.
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