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What does the Anna Stubblefield case teach us about sentencing and sexual assault?


A former chair of philosophy at Rutgers University had sex with a man who can’t speak.

The resulting court battle raised questions about when and why suffering matters in sentencing — and Anna Stubblefield went to jail.

Raut 2bYou might remember reading about it in the New York Times.

For a minute it looked like the story would end there: Stubblefield looking open-mouthed over her shoulder in the black and…

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