What is the Age of Brock Turner? Height, Parents, Biography, Career

Who is Brock Turner?

Brock Allen Turner, also known as Brock Turner, is a registered sex offender in the United States. In March 2016, he was convicted of three counts of sexual assault: assault with intent to rape an intoxicated woman, sexually penetrating an intoxicated person with a foreign object, and sexually penetrating an unconscious person with a foreign object.

Quick Facts of Brock Turner
Full Name: Brock Turner
Age: 25 Years
Birthday: 1995-08-01
Birthplace: Dayton, Ohio
Nationality: American
Gender: Male
Horoscope: Leo
Relationship Status: Single
Net Worth: N/A
Height: N/A
Profession: Registered Sex Offender
Sibling: N/A

What is the Age of Brock Turner?

Brock Turner was born on the 1st of August, 1995. Brock Allen Turner is his given name. His birthplace is in the United States, in Dayton, Ohio. He is an American nationality. Dan Turner is his father’s name. He went to Oakwood High School and graduated in 2014.

In high school, he was a three-time All-American swimmer. His swimming accomplishments earned him a swimming scholarship to Stanford University. At the time of his arrest, he was a freshman at the University. He was previously arrested in 2014 for having alcohol in his possession while under the legal drinking age.

The incident of Sexual Assault

Peter Lars Jonsson and Carl-Fredrik Arndt, two Swedish graduate students, were cycling by the Kappa Alpha fraternity on the Stanford campus around 1:00 a.m. on January 18, 2015. Turner was discovered on top of an unconscious woman behind a dumpster. Turner was confronted by Jonsson “What are you f**king doing? She is an unconscious woman “.

Turner then bolted. Arndt went to check on the woman’s breathing. Turner was being pursued by Jonsson at the same time. Turner was tripped and held down about 75 feet away from the dumpster by Jonsson. Arndt also pursued Turner and assisted Jonsson in capturing him. A bystander at the dumpster dialed 911, and campus police arrived and arrested Turner.

The victim was taken to the hospital and regained consciousness at 4:15 a.m. The hospital’s Sexual Assault Response Team examination determined that she had suffered significant trauma (physical injury, bruising, etc.) as well as penetrating trauma (piercing and cutting injuries). Her skin was found to have abrasions and erythema.

Turner and the victim had gone to a party at the Kappa Alpha fraternity earlier that night, January 17, 2015.

Turner dropped out of Stanford shortly after the incident. On January 20, Stanford announced that Turner had been barred from the campus. He was also barred from competing in any competitive swimming event for the United States in the future.

Charges and Indictment

Turner was indicted on five counts on January 28, 2015. He was charged with rape on two counts, penetration on two counts, and assault with intent to rape on one count.

1. rape of a drunken person

2. rape of a person who is unconscious

3. sexual penetration of an unconscious woman (by a foreign object).

4. sexual penetration of an inebriated woman (by a foreign object).

5. assault with the intent to rape

At a preliminary hearing on October 7, 2015, the two counts of rape were dropped after DNA testing revealed no genetic evidence of genital-to-genital contact. In March 2016, the People filed Motions in Limine and Witness List, which outlined the trial’s admissible evidence guidelines.

Sentence, Trial

The trial began on March 14, 2016. Turner testified that he met the victim (then known as Emily Doe) at the Kappa Alpha house and that they shared a beer. They kissed and danced at the party before returning to his room. They were holding hands as they walked away from the house.

Turner got down on the ground and began kissing the victim after the victim slipped on a slope behind a wooden shed. Turner then asked if she wanted him to “finger” her, to which she replied in the affirmative. He then “fingered” her for a minute, he said.

Turner was then confronted by the Swedish students. Turner claimed he was fleeing graduate students. He also stated that he had no idea what they were on about. Turner was convicted of three felonies on March 30, 2016. He was found guilty of assaulting an intoxicated woman with the intent to rape, sexually penetrating an intoxicating person with a foreign object, and sexually penetrating an unconscious person with a foreign object.

Prosecutors recommended that Turner be sentenced to six years in prison. On June 2, 2016, Judge Aaron Persky sentenced Turner to six months in the Santa Clara County jail, followed by three years of probation. After serving three months in prison, he was released on September 2, 2016. He was required to take part in a sex offender rehabilitation program.

Controversy

Turner’s sentencing by Judge Persky drew widespread public condemnation. Prosecutors and victims’ rights advocates slammed Judge Persky’s sentence as lenient and biased. Turner’s prior clean record qualified him for a reduced sentence.

Michele Dauber, a Stanford Law School professor and longtime advocate for campus sexual assault, led the Committee to Recall Judge Persky. By the 10th of June 2016, online petitions to remove Persky as the Judge had gathered over a million signatures. They demanded that Judge Persky be recalled or resign.

On June 5, 2018, county voters recalled Persky. With a vote of 38.49 percent to 61.51 percent, he lost the recall election by more than 23 percent. He was the first judge in California in 86 years and the first in the United States since 1977 to be recalled by voters.

Aftermath

Turner filed an appeal in December 2017 to have his conviction overturned and his lifetime requirement to register as a sex offender revoked. On August 8, 2018, he lost his appeal.

Emily Doe Disclosed Her Identity

In September 2019, Emily Doe from the case revealed her identity. Chanel Miller is her real name. She revealed that she has been working on a memoir titled Know My Name: A Memoir. The book is set to be released on September 24, 2019. In her memoir, she discusses her experience with the assault, trial, and aftermath.

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