Although Ramirez’s ruling still needs to be finalized by Persky, it comes as a sharp contrast from the sixth months in county jail with probation that Persky had sentenced to Brock Turner, the former Stanford swimmer who was convicted earlier this month of sexually assaulting an unconscious woman.
The Guardian also reported that Ramirez’s bail was set at 0,000 — ,000 more than Turner’s.
Stanford law professor Michele Dauber, who has been leading the charge to recall Persky, told The Wrap that Ramirez’s sentencing was evidence that Persky was biased in his ruling on the Turner case.
“If he wasn’t, these sentences would look more similar to each other,” Dauber said.
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