Swimmer Rape Issue: Should Offenders Register for Life?

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When ex-Stanford University swimmer Brock Turner became a registered sex offender for life last week, he joined a nationwide list of registered sex criminals that has grown dramatically in recent years to more than 800,000, the Associated Press reports. Some who have called Turner's six-month jail sentence too lenient for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman wonder whether he should spend his life with the stigma and onerous restrictions of a registered sex offender. A growing number . . .

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