Monday, July 08, 2019
Last week, the legal unraveling of the Obama-era campus sexual-assault guidelines entered a new phase. A student accused of sexual assault and subject to an unlawful, unconstitutional adjudication process filed a motion seeking class-action certification in his pre-existing lawsuit against Michigan State University. Rather than seeking to void the results only of his own flawed adjudication, he's now seeking to void every adjudication where accused students were punished "without first being afforded a live hearing and opportunity for cross examination."
This new motion comes after a wave of cases across the country that have invalidated and reversed the results of campus kangaroo courts -- and these rulings are coming from judges across the political/judicial spectrum. In California, progressive state-court judges issued rulings that effectively halted proceedings in 75 campus sexual-misconduct cases...
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