In June 2016, Judge Aaron Persky sentenced Stanford swimmer Brock Turner to six months in county jail despite being found guilty of three counts of sexual assault.
On September 2nd, Brock Turner will be released from county jail after serving just three months of his sentence. This is unacceptable.
Join us at the San Jose Superior Court to rally for the Recall of Judge Persky.
Friday, September 2nd
San Jose Superior Court
161 N. 1st Street
San Jose, CA 95113
Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA 15th District)
Rep. Jerry McNerny (D-CA 9th District)
Assemblymember Nora Campos (Assembly District 27)
Congressional Candidate Ro Khanna (CA 17th District)
Assembly Candidate Vicki Veenker (CA Assembly District 24)
Former Milpitas Mayor Bob Livengood
Stephanie Pham, Association of Students for Sexual Assault Prevention, Stanford University
Sofie Karasek, Sexual Assault Survivor, UC Berkeley
Kamilah Willingham, Sexual Assault Survivor, Harvard Law School
Committee to Recall Judge Persky Chair Michele Dauber
If you are able to join us, please RSVP here – and invite your friends too! We need as many supporters as possible to show Judge Persky we mean business – we will no longer tolerate lenient sentences for sex offenders.
I look forward to seeing you there!
Chair, Committee to Recall Judge Persky
Michele Dauber is a Stanford law professor and a sociologist, Michele Landis Dauber has written highly original historical and sociological studies focusing on the history of social provision and the US welfare state. Her first book, The Sympathetic State (2013 University of Chicago Press) received numerous distinguished book awards and prizes including from the American Historical Association, the American Sociological Association, the American Political Science Association, the American Society for Legal History, and the Law and Society Association.