Jul 02, 2015

Colleges turning to retired judges to adjudicate campus sexual assault | WashingtonExaminer.com

Colleges and universities are increasingly looking to outside judges to help adjudicate accusations of campus sexual assault. Under pressure from the Obama administration, schools in recent years have been adjudicating accusations of sexual assault. The results have been a disaster. First, accusers insisted that the process was rigged against them, and that facing the accused was too traumatic...

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