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Small College Finds Star QB In Student Convicted Of Rape In Steubenville
By MITCH STACY, AP
It's creating "nervousness" on campus.
When Steubenville Rapists Go Free
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?
After Steubenville, Crimes Of Violence Are Taken 'Much More Seriously'
Paul Callan tells us why crimes of sexual violence are taken so much more seriously following the Steubenville incident.
Steubenville Rapist Back On High School Football Team
Ma’lik Richmond was one of two students found guilty of raping a 16-year-old classmate in Steubenville, Ohio.
Steubenville Rapist Ma'lik Richmond Back To Playing High School Football
Mays is still behind bars on a two-year sentence. “I wanted to be shocked, but I think we all knew it was bound to happen
2013's Top Ten Crime Stories
Crime stories dominated the headlines in 2013 like no year in recent history. In the past 12 months we've seen the Boston
Steubenville Hacker Says Amazon Fired Him Because He's Part Of Anonymous
"It’s not like I want anything from Amazon," Lostutter told HuffPost. "But I want to make it known that discrimination won’t
Two Charged With Threatening Steubenville Victim
Two teenage girls were arrested and accused of using social media to threaten the victim in the high-profile Steubenville rape case.
Steubenville Rape Case: Teens Charged With Making Online Threats Against Victim
By Reuters, Reuters
At a news conference on Sunday, DeWine said that he would seek a grand jury investigation into whether others should be charged
Steubenville Rape Trial
Full Segment: A judge announced on Sunday that the defendants in the Steubenville rape trial were found guilty.
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Steubenville Rape Trial Verdict: Trent Mays, Ma'lik Richmond Found Guilty
Mays and Richmond were determined to be delinquent, the juvenile equivalent of guilty, Judge Thomas Lipps ruled in the juvenile
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