WSU: WIN For Accused Student Judge Says Accused Was Denied Due Process And A Fair Hearing

“Petitioner has established that he was substantially prejudiced by the Board’s failure to preserve his written cross-examination questions. This failure rendered it difficult, if not impossible, for the University Appeals Board and now the court to determine whether Petitioner was provided with due process and a fair hearing. The court finds that the Board erred as a matter of law by not following prescribed rules for maintaining Petitioner’s cross examination questions…It is hereby ordered the University sanction of expulsion is reversed, and a new hearing on the allegation be held with a new panel.” Whitman County Superior Court Judge




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