COURT WIN: Federal Judge Rules Against Brown For Railroading Accused Male

A federal judge in Rhode Island ruled against Brown, finding that it violated Doe’s “reasonable expectations” -breach of contract- by judging him under a sexual-consent standard that was not in place when Doe was accused of rape. Judge Smith had harsh words for how Brown trained its adjudicators, and he ridiculed student activists who flooded his court with emotional appeals…”These tactics have no place in the judicial process. This is basic civics, and one would think students and others affiliated with a prestigious Ivy League institution would know this. Moreover, having read a few of the emails, it is abundantly clear that the writers, while passionate, were woefully ignorant about the issues before the Court. Hopefully, they will read this decision and be educated.” By Greg Piper



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