Survivor Chanel Miller spoke out about her ordeal ahead of the upcoming release of her memoir "Know My Name."
Judge Aaron Persky was recalled in 2018 after outrage over the light sentence he handed to Brock Turner, a Stanford swimmer convicted of sexually assaulting a woman.
Chanel Miller will appear on the CBS News show shortly before the release of her memoir, "Know My Name," which hits stores September 24.
"I absolutely don't understand what you are talking about," Justice Franklin Elia told Turner's attorney.
"I absolutely don't understand what you are talking about," judge tells lawyer.
"We ask judges to follow the rule of law, not the rule of public opinion," Persky said during a press conference Tuesday.
Brock Turner, who was convicted of sexually assaulting an unconscious woman outside of a fraternity party, is requesting a new trial.
The survey highlighted issues with misogyny and relationships among millennials, with the majority of young people rarely discussing issues of sexual consent.
A report shows nearly 40 percent of men think a woman is to blame if she is sexually assaulted while drunk and wearing a short skirt.
The case of Brock Turner at Stanford has become the focal point of growing international outrage over campus rape.
The move comes amid growing outrage over sexual assault on U.S. college campuses.
He helped to convict Turner for sexual assaulting an unconscious woman.
The vice president wrote and introduced the Violence Against Women Act in 1990.
That means no Olympic Trials.
The HBO stars have teamed together to raise awareness for sexual assault victims.
Judge Aaron Persky has come under withering attack for the six-month jail sentence he imposed on a Stanford swimmer convicted of sexual assault.
A California judge sentenced Turner, a Stanford swimmer, to six months in jail for sexual assault.
Extracts also show Turner complained about the level of coverage he received.
The sentence last week by Santa Clara County Judge Aaron Persky against former Stanford University swimmer Brock Turner gained international attention.
He wrote that his son has paid a "steep price" for "20 minutes of action out of his 20 plus years of life."