Circle Of Accountability Widens In Steubenville Rape Case

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Rachel Dissell, reporter, Cleveland Plain Dealer
Tom Hodson, director and general manager of the WOUB Center for Public Media, Ohio University

After two football players were convicted in the Steubenville rape trial, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says he will convene a grand jury in April to consider bringing charges against partygoers, school officials and parents who may share responsibility in the rape of a 16-year-old girl.

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