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Former Husker Players Expelled

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Former Husker Players Expelled

Former Husker Players Expelled

What happens now after two former Husker players were expelled for violating the school's sexual misconduct policy.

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Former Husker Players Expelled

SEXUAL ASSAULTCASE OF TWOFORMER NEBRASKAFOOTBALL PLAYERS.3 NEWS NOW CANCONFIRM KATERIANLEGRONE AND ANDREHUNT HAVE BEENEXPELLED FROM THEUNIVERSITY OFNEBRASKAREPORTER PHILBERGMAN HAS MORE.AS PREVIOUSLYREPORTED BY E-S-P-N, 3 NEWS NOWLEARNED THEFORMER STUDENT-ATHLETES WEREEXPELLED FORVIOLATING THESCHOOL'S SEXUALMISCONDUCT POLICY.AS PART OF THEEXPULSION THEY'RENOT ALLOWED ONCAMPUS AND DO NOTHAVE THE POSSIBILITYOF READMISSION.THE EXPULSION WILLSTAY ONTHESTUDENT'SPERMANENTACADEMIC RECORD.THAT'S THEIRLIVELIHOOD.IMAGINE GETTINGFIRED FROM YOU JOB,TOLD YOU CAN'T BEAROUND THATVICINITY AT ALL, GOSTART SOMEWHEREFRESH.WHILE IN CRIMINALCOURT BURDEN OFPROOF IS BEYOND AREASONABLE DOUBT,IN A TITLE IX CASE,THE STANDARD OFPROOF IS MORELIKELY THAN NOT.ONE OF LEGRONE'SATTORNEY'S JOHNBERRY SAYS THIS ISIMPORTANT FORTHEPUBLIC TO REMEMBERAND THERE IS NO DUEPROCESS IN THETITLE NINE HEARING.THE CRUCIBLE OFCROSS EXAMINATIONIS WHAT GETS TO THETRUTH AND THEACCUSED IN THETITLE IX HEARING ISNOT ALLOWED THATAND THEY'RE NOTALLOWED TO ASK THEACCUSER THE TOUGHQUESTIONS.AS WELL, LEGRONE'SLAWYERS SAID THETWO MEN WEREFOUND NOTRESPONSIBLE IN THETITLE NINE CASESINVOLVING TWOOTHER ACCUSERSAND SAID THERE ARENO LINGERING TITLEIX CASES INVOLVINGTHEIR CLIENT.UNDER THE VERY LOWBURDEN THAT IS TITLEIX THERE WAS ASPECIFIC FINDINGTHAT THEY DIDN'T DOANYTHING WRONG.BOTH LEGRONE ANDHUNT ARE CHARGEDWITH FIRST-DEGREESEXUAL ASSAULT.HUGHES SAID HERCLIENT IS WITH FAMILYAND IS STILL TRAININGLOOKING FOR OTHEROPPORTUNITIES.3 NEWS NOWREACHED OUTNUMEROUS TIMESTOCARLOS A.MONZON, ANDREHUNT'S ATTORNEYBUT DID NOT HEARBACK FROM HIMBEFORE THISBROADCAST.REPORTING INOMAHA, PHILBERGMAN, 3 NEWSNOW.




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