Disgraced sports doctor Larry Nassar, who was convicted of sexually abusing female gymnasts including Olympic medalists, was stabbed multiple times during an altercation with another inmate at a federal prison in Florida.
A father’s requests for a mistrial or a reduced sentence related to his multiple convictions of sexual abuse against his daughters have failed at the Court of Appeals of Indiana.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday left in place a decision that allows more than 230 men to sue Ohio State University over decades-old sexual abuse by a university doctor, the late Richard Strauss.
7th Circuit affirms minor sexual exploitation conviction, sentence for woman connected to Jared Fogle
A woman with ties to disgraced subway pitchman Jared Fogle who was convicted of sexual exploitation of a minor and other crimes failed to convince the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals that her prosecution was vindictive or that her sentence is excessive.
A former Southern California man who convinced troubled girls as young as 12 to perform masochistic acts and urged one to become his sex slave was sentenced Tuesday to 27 years in federal prison.
A bill designed to reinforce an existing law strongly limiting a defendant’s ability to take the deposition of an alleged child sex abuse victim unanimously passed the Indiana Senate on Monday.
A father who lost primary custody of his daughter after she was molested by her cousin failed to find relief from the Court of Appeals of Indiana.
The Michigan Supreme Court turned down an appeal Wednesday and won’t reinstate the conviction of a retired Michigan State University gymnastics coach who was accused of lying to investigators about campus sports doctor Larry Nassar.
A bankruptcy judge on Thursday approved a $2.46 billion reorganization plan proposed by the Boy Scouts of America, which would allow it to keep operating while compensating tens of thousands of men who say they were sexually abused as children while involved in Scouting.
The Indiana Supreme Court has swiped at a Court of Appeals of Indiana ruling that allowed a defendant accused of child sex crimes to take the deposition of his accuser, concluding that a disputed state statute preventing such depositions does not conflict with the Indiana Trial Rules.
A Martinsville man has been handed a 15-year sentence in federal prison for trafficking child sex abuse material, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Indiana and Federal Bureau of Investigation Indianapolis announced Thursday.
A former pastor in Tennessee and Indiana faces up to life in prison after he pleaded guilty to federal child sex abuse charges, prosecutors said.
An Air Force major general in Ohio has been convicted by a military judge of one of three specifications of abusive sexual contact in the first-ever military trial of an Air Force general.
A judge rejected a proposed plea agreement for a suspended Catholic priest accused of sexually abusing a teenage boy in 2016 and instead set a trial date for the cleric Thursday.