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A friend of the victim, who asked to remain anonymous, said Doe is "very relieved." "She feels very validated. Armstrong, Turner's attorney, declined to comment on the case or whether he'll file an appeal.
The judge has a sentencing range to choose from, and Turner faces two, four or six years in prison for count one; and three, six or eight years in prison for each of the other two counts.
All three are "straight" felony charges, which can never be reduced to misdemeanor status, even if the court grants probation, said Jerome Mullins, a longtime Santa Clara County criminal defense attorney.
Deputy District Attorney Alaleh Kianerci and District Attorney Jeff Rosen held a press conference on the courthouse steps.
"We need to change the culture, and it's on all of us to do that.