Can the court enforce a school’s sanction for sexual assault? And did the University of Michigan deprive a student of his right to due process, when it found him responsible for that assault?
That’s what two separate lawsuits, both filed over the same sexual assault case, are asking this month.
A female student, who’s not being named by Michigan Radio, says she was raped at a frat party back in January.
At first, the school’s investigation ruled in favor of the accused male student. But that decision was overturned by the school’s appeals board.