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A California judge under fire for an overly lenient sentence given to an "affluenza" rapist is recusing himself from his first key decision in another sex case. Judge Aaron Persky had been scheduled to consider a request to reduce a conviction for possessing child pornography from a felony to a misdemeanor. The judge had said last year he would be receptive to the idea if the plumber stayed sober. Persky is the target of a recall campaign that started in June after he sentenced former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner to six months in jail for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman who had to be hospitalized. Under the law, Turner could have been given up to 14 years, but he is expected to serve 90 days or less. At the trial, his victim read an impassioned statement indicating that her sentence was for the rest of her life.
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