Steubenville Rape Trial

We often portray life within these moralistic extremes -- good people versus bad people, instead of people who do good things or people who do bad things.
After serving two years in prison for raping a girl at a party, Trent Mays has been released. Now, he faces a hearing on whether or not he'll have Sex Offender status. But, how should the criminal justice system handle young offenders?
Paul Callan tells us why crimes of sexual violence are taken so much more seriously following the Steubenville incident.
Ma’lik Richmond was one of two students found guilty of raping a 16-year-old classmate in Steubenville, Ohio.
Numerous educators and officials have been accused of trying to cover up the original rape. In May, Steubenville superintendent
Wrestling coach Seth Fluharty faced 30 days in jail for failing to report possible child abuse in August 2012. He was charged
According to The Tracking Board, a Hollywood insider blog, Brad Pitt's production company Plan B has acquired the rights to Rolling Stone's story "Anonymous vs. Steubenville." Deric Lostutter's attorney joins us to discuss their hopes for the film.
The film will allegedly center around Lostutter's story and how he helped blow the lid off a cover-up that involved school
DeWine was able to seek indictments against adults, mostly school officials, as a result of Ohio's laws about who is legally required to report cases of suspected child abuse, including alleged sexual assault of minors. While many states have been exploring the idea of passing similar laws, few have.
Attorney General Mike DeWine plans a news conference Monday in Steubenville (STOO'-behn-vihl) in eastern Ohio. The issues