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Harvard law Professors Condemn Campus Sex-Assault Policy

A group of Harvard Law School professors condemned the university’s new sexual misconduct policy, saying it violates the rights of the accused and “departs dramatically” from current law. Full Article

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Its time for the Supreme Court to get more involved with getting these unconstitutional rules and laws reversed. It should be a requirement that anyone in government involved with decision making that effects the people, be required to take a constitutional law class.

Something California (especially college campuses) needs to ponder especially after the Cal Berkeley student who had been accused of rape has just been cleared and proven factually innocent of the charges against him just yesterday. But not after a week long publication of his name, picture and calls for blood.

http://www.mercurynews.com/crime-courts/ci_26750498/uc-berkeley-student-exonerated-rape-case

“The school also adopted the U.S. Education Department’s recommendation to use the “preponderance of evidence” standard in adjudicating cases, meaning that an incident is more likely than not to have occurred. ” ——————————————————————————- I would have no problems with this provided the penalties for the accuser were as harsh if not more severe if the accused were found innocent. If we’re going to seek justice for the accused than there has to be balance. Take the case of Brian Banks as an example. He was coerced into a plea when threatened with a possible fate of 41 years to life… Read more »

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