Judge In Brock Turner Case Loses Girls' Tennis Coaching Gig

Law360 (September 12, 2019, 6:09 PM EDT) -- Recalled California state judge Aaron Persky, who gained notoriety after sentencing Stanford swimmer Brock Turner to only six months in prison following his sexual assault conviction, has been fired from his high school girls' tennis coach job.

The Fremont Union High School District confirmed on Wednesday that Persky was no longer employed at Lynbrook High School as the coach of the school's junior varsity girls' tennis team, though the school did not directly address Persky's ruling in the "Stanford swimmer" case.

"We believe this outcome is in the best interest of our students and school community," the school said in a...

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