Audra Hixson, assistant director of the Center for Women Students at Penn State, Spencer Peters, a detective with the Penn State University police, David Kaye, professor of law at Penn State, and Sean McGraw, defense attorney and former prosecutor speak Tuesday during the “Legal and Ethical Aspects of Sexual Violence Cases” panel discussion at the PSU law school.
Audra Hixson, assistant director of the Center for Women Students at Penn State, Spencer Peters, a detective with the Penn State University police, David Kaye, professor of law at Penn State, and Sean McGraw, defense attorney and former prosecutor speak Tuesday during the “Legal and Ethical Aspects of Sexual Violence Cases” panel discussion at the PSU law school. CDT photo
Audra Hixson, assistant director of the Center for Women Students at Penn State, Spencer Peters, a detective with the Penn State University police, David Kaye, professor of law at Penn State, and Sean McGraw, defense attorney and former prosecutor speak Tuesday during the “Legal and Ethical Aspects of Sexual Violence Cases” panel discussion at the PSU law school. CDT photo

Penn State panel: Consent, respect keys to curbing sex crimes

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