At least four college disciplinary decisions regarding sexual assault were overturned by judges, ruling that due process was violated.
Topic: due process
It’s a long list, but it illustrates how there are two sides to every story.
Sounds one-sided to me. Give rape accusers an advocate in cases on campus, and possibly give the accused students some help if you want: The Association of Title IX Administrators has a new “position statement”…
Considering how colleges have not allowed for due process to play out for accused students, this is a positive step if the bill makes it into law: The North-American Interfraternity Conference and the National Panhellenic…
Due process, an actual enshrined right in the Constitution, confuses U.S. Senators who are considering tougher rules regarding campus sexual assaults that could actually do away with due process on college campuses.
The Los Angeles Times was not pleased with how a student at the University of California-San Diego was treated when accused of sexual misconduct and expressed their issues with the case in an editorial.
This sounds very illegal and a blatant violation of due process and one’s constitutional rights, Senator Claire McCaskill and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand.
As The College Fix reported: “Last summer The College Fix’s Greg Piper reported on the “carnival of sexual horrors” that is — re: was — the Ohio State marching band. The band director, Jon Waters, was…
Wait, so college campuses don’t allow students to have an attorney and other rights to due process? Apparently it was not, at least in North Dakota’s university system, until recently.
This is why the police, not the university, should take control of these types of cases that occur on-campus.