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Steubenville Superintendent Resigns to Avoid Criminal Charges

Michael McVey, the superintendent of schools in Steubenville, Ohio, has agreed to resign from his job in exchange for not facing criminal charges related to the district's handling of a 2012 rape of a teenage girl by two football players. McVey was indicted in November 2013 on charges including evidence tampering and… » 1/13/15 11:30am 1/13/15 11:30am

Steubenville Rapist Ma'lik Richmond's Lawyer Is Tone-Deaf, Incoherent

Ma'lik Richmond — one of the two high school football players found "delinquent" in the last year's horrific Steubenville rape case — has just been released from an Ohio juvenile detention center. In March, he was sentenced to a minimum of one year, contingent on "behavior and rehabilitation." He began serving his… » 1/06/14 1:30pm 1/06/14 1:30pm

Steubenville Lawyers to Argue Blacked-Out Rape Survivor Totally Consented

When the Steubenville rape trial starts tomorrow, the lawyers for Trent Mays and Ma'lik Richmond, the high school football players accused of raping a heavily intoxicated 16-year-old — decreed a "dead girl" and "so raped" by one charming bystander — will argue that the teenager actually enthusiastically consented at… » 3/12/13 3:20pm 3/12/13 3:20pm