Kaiser and Dillon spoke with Reason about some of the cases they have handled, trends in college sex disputes, and the desperate tactics some administrators have pulled to score convictions.
reason.com By Robby Soave
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The cultivation of the new crime of “sex without consent” completes the state’s intervention into private life. It effectively makes the authorities into the arbiters of sex itself, the judges of when sex is okay and when it isn’t, of whether a particular drunken romp is acceptable or rape.
reason.com By Brendan O’Neill
Members of civil rights commission oppose ‘disregard for rule of law’ over campus sexual assault rules
“[W]e have noticed a disturbing pattern of disregard for the rule of law at OCR,” the Heriot and Kirsanow wrote. “That office has all-too-often been willing to define perfectly legal conduct as unlawful.”…”Increasing OCR’s budget would in effect reward the agency for frequently over-stepping the law.
www.washingtonexaminer.com By Ashe Schow
A Fayette County grand jury decided Wednesday not to indict former University of Kentucky football player Lloyd Tubman on a charge of first-degree rape.www.kentucky.com Bt Justin Madden & Jennifer Smith