Booking photo of Brock Turner, June 2, 2016 in Santa Clara Police Department. (Santa Clara Police Department) Booking photo of former Stanford student Brock Turner. (Santa Clara Police Department)

Courts records released Friday in the Brock Turner sexual assault case in Santa Clara County, Calif., include numerous exhibits and documents related to the prosecution of the former Stanford University swimmer.

Among them is a probation officer’s report sent to the judge in the case before Turner was sentenced on June 2 to six months in jail and three years of probation.

In March, Turner had been convicted of three felony counts of sexual assault for a January 2015 incident when he left a party at the Kappa Alpha fraternity house drunk and attacked a woman he met at the party who was passed out behind a dumpster. At the time he was a freshman at the university.

The probation officer’s report, including a recommendation for a “moderate” county jail term, were submitted to Superior Court Judge Aaron M. Persky. The sentence Persky imposed proved controversial. Here is a copy of the report:

Read more from the court files:

Prosecutors urged “substantial prison term”

Stanford sexual assault victim’s sister: “You cannot undo the harm.”

“I never meant to hurt anyone”: Brock Turner’s statement