Quote of the Day: Yale’s Legal FAIL

“One of the craziest arguments that Yale had said was that just because a court of law says that you’re not guilty doesn’t mean we think you’re not guilty.”
- Saifullah Khan, Yale University student, after being acquitted in 2023 of 4 sexual assault counts from 2018

Fox News has more about this incident at one of America’s oldest universities which is also home to one of the oldest (founded in 1843), most selective (only 5% of applicants are accepted), liberal law schools in the country.

Did you know? School disciplinary hearings don’t have to follow the same Due Process required by America’s legal system, such as the Constitution’s 14th Amendment Article 1, the right to a swift trial, facing your accuser, direct questioning of witnesses, or the right to remain silent (Read more here).

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