WIN: Judge Overturns Student’s Suspension in Sex Assault Case

John Doe took University of Oregon to court alleging he’d been wrongly punished after an unfair disciplinary process. Judge Conover ruled, “In this case I do find, based on my position here, that the procedural protections were not properly afforded to John Doe.” Judge Conover also said that UO may not launch new disciplinary proceedings against the accused student in connection with the alleged incident. Doe’s lawyer Ms. Hoffman asserted in court filings that her client passed four polygraph tests that established he was truthful when he denied having had any sexual contact with the alleged victim on the night in question, and that the young woman’s accusations “were false and were intended to garner sympathy and attention from her ex-boyfriend.” By Jack Moran

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