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More Professors Subjected to Title IX Investigations

More Professors Subjected to Title IX Investigations Ashe Schow May 17, 2016 This week brought news of two more college professors who faced Title IX investigations for allegedly sexually harassing a student and an executive assistant. Both learned the hard way that due process is no longer allowed on college campuses, even for professors and [...]

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PR: American Law Institute Pulls the Plug on Affirmative Consent

PR: American Law Institute Pulls the Plug on Affirmative Consent PRESS RELEASE Contact: Gina Lauterio Telephone: 301-801-0608 Email: glauterio@saveservices.org American Law Institute Pulls the Plug on Affirmative Consent WASHINGTON / May 23, 2016 – By a resounding margin, members of the American Law Institute voted down a controversial “affirmative consent” standard being considered for the [...]

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American Law Institute Rejects Affirmative Consent Standard in Defining Sexual Assault

American Law Institute Rejects Affirmative Consent Standard in Defining Sexual Assault Bradford Richardson May 17, 2016 In a rebuke to a feminist idea that has migrated from college campuses to mainstream culture, an influential legal group overwhelmingly rejected Tuesday a provision that would have endorsed an “affirmative consent” standard for the purpose of defining sexual [...]

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Affirmative Consent Takes a Hit

Affirmative Consent Takes a Hit Charlotte Hays May 19, 2016 Affirmative consent, which makes is difficult for anyone accused of sexual misconduct on college campuses to mount a defense, took a big hit this week. In what the Washington Times report characterizes as "a rebuke to feminists," the influential American Law Institute has strongly rejected [...]

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Sexual Assault Rally Prompts Counter-Protest

Sexual Assault Rally Prompts Counter-Protest Kelsey Knorp May 17, 2016 About a dozen University of California, Santa Barbara students gathered on the lawn between the Arbor and library on Monday to call for hastened fulfillment of all 13 demands issued to the university administration last year after a 13-hour sit-in in Chancellor Henry Yang’s office. [...]

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Queen-of-Hearts Justice: Campus Rape Campaign Increasingly Devoid of Fairness or Logic

Queen-of-Hearts Justice: Campus Rape Campaign Increasingly Devoid of Fairness or Logic SAVE May 20, 2016 Remember the Queen of Hearts’ famous edict, “Sentence first, verdict afterwards”? Have campus sexual assault proceedings reached the same level of absurdity? Last week the case of Grant Neal made headlines. A pre-med major and athlete at Colorado State University [...]

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Professors Urge Department of Education to Revise Sexual Assault Guidance

Professors Urge Department of Education to Revise Sexual Assault Guidance Jake New May 17, 2016 Citing an erosion of free speech and due process on college campuses, a group of 21 law professors on Monday released an open letter alleging that the U.S. Department of Education has unlawfully expanded how colleges must define and respond [...]

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Due Process Is Being Kicked Off Campus

Due Process Is Being Kicked Off Campus George Will May 13, 2016 Academia’s descent into perpetual hysteria and incipient tyranny is partly fueled by the fiction that 1 in 5 college students is sexually assaulted and that campuses require minute federal supervision to cure this. Encouraged by the government’s misuse of discredited social science (one [...]

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PR: Title IX Over-Reach: Leading Law Professors Issue Call to Rein in Federal Office for Civil Rights

PRESS RELEASE Contact: Chris Perry Email: cperry@saveservices.org Title IX Over-Reach: Leading Law Professors Issue Call to Rein in Federal Office for Civil Rights WASHINGTON / May 16, 2016 – Professors from leading law schools have signed an Open Letter deploring the erosion of free speech and due process on campus. The Letter calls on the [...]

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‘Men Accused of Sex Crimes Striking Back at Colleges’

Tuesday, May 10, 2016 'Men accused of sex crimes striking back at colleges' From the Associated Press After years of complaints that they weren’t taking sexual assault reports seriously, colleges are finally doing so, and finding themselves slammed with lawsuits from men who say they were unfairly suspended or otherwise punished. The schools are feeling [...]

By |May 12th, 2016|Campus, Discrimination, Due Process, False Allegations, Sexual Assault, Wrongful Convictions|Comments Off on ‘Men Accused of Sex Crimes Striking Back at Colleges’