We the people would like to petition that Judge Aaron Persky be removed from his Judicial position for the lenient sentence he allowed in the Brock Turner rape case. Despite a unanimous guilty verdict, three felony convictions, the objections of 250 Stanford students, Jeff Rosen the district attorney for Santa Clara, as well as the deputy district attorney who likened Turner to " a predator searching for prey" Judge Persky allowed the lenient sentence suggested by the probation department. Turner has shown no remorse and plans to attempt to overturn his conviction. Judge Persky failed to see that the fact that Brock Turner is a white male star athlete at a prestigious university does not entitle him to leniency. He also failed to send the message that sexual assault is against the law regardless of social class, race, gender or other factors. Please help rectify this travesty to justice.
Please also go fill out the form in the link below: http://cjp.ca.gov/res/docs/appendix/complaintform%20fillable.pdf
The information you will need is as follows:
Name of Judge: Aaron Pensky
Court: Supreme Court
County: Santa Clara Name and case number: State of California vs. Brock Allen Turner Case #B1577162
Please specify: Appearance of bias toward a particular class: Pensky sentenced fellow alumni and athlete Of Stanford university to an unusually lenient sentence of 6 months for a unanimously guilty verdict on three counts of sexual assault. Despite Mr Turner showing no remorse and despite being caught in the act. Inappropriate comments on the bench: "a prison sentence would have a severe impact on him(Brock Turner)" in relation to why this convicted rapist would serve such a short sentence.
Present parties include Brock Turner/ Aaron Persky/ Jeff Rosen/ Mike Armstrong/ Emily Doe/ others
if you would like to contactl the judge Aaron Persky's courtroom clerk # is 650-462-3880
There are some that will tell you that a judge cannot be removed in this manner. This is not true. There are 3 ways to remove a judge per California Law
California judges may be removed in one of three ways:
Judges may be impeached by the assembly and convicted by two thirds of the senate.
Judges are subject to recall election.
The commission on judicial performance investigates complaints of judicial misconduct and incapacity and may privately admonish, suspend, censure, retire, or remove a judge. The commission's decisions are subject to review by the supreme court.