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Steubenville Indictments: Beginning of the End of Rape Cover-up Culture?

Joanne Bamberger | Posted 02.02.2014 | Crime
Joanne Bamberger

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.

Anyone Who Kept Silent About Steubenville Rape Could Be Charged

AP | ANDREW WELSH-HUGGINS | Posted 05.18.2013 | Crime

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The head football coach at Steubenville High School and the owners of a house where an infamous 12-minute video was filmed coul...

Ohio Rape Trial Prosecutors To Call Key Eyewitnesses

AP | ANDREW WELSH-HUGGINS | Posted 05.15.2013 | Crime

STEUBENVILLE, Ohio (AP) -- A judge granted three teenagers immunity from prosecution Friday before they agreed to testify about the alleged sexual ass...

Lawyers Want To Dismiss Ohio Rape Case

AP | ANN SANNER | Posted 05.11.2013 | Crime

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Attorneys for a high school football player facing rape accusations in Ohio are asking a judge to dismiss the case against him ...

Ohio Sheriff Confronts Protesters Over Rape Case

Reuters | Posted 03.07.2013 | Crime

By Drew Singer STEUBENVILLE, Ohio, Jan 5 (Reuters) - A county sheriff under fire for how he has handled a high school rape investigati...