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How hundreds of campus #MeToo punishments could get dismissed

How hundreds of campus #MeToo punishments could get dismissed

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Accused men everywhere are suing over due process. “If you’re found responsible for sexual misconduct at a university in America, your future is arguably over,” said one attorney. A Michigan State undergrad accused of sexual assault. A Cal grad student who says he was denied due process. The Maryland baseball players accused of rape. And as of Friday, a Baylor professor who says he was falsely accused of raping a student. They’re all suing to clear their names — and, in some cases, get monetary damages — and turn back what had been a wave of Title IX complaints that swept U.S. college campuses during the peak of the #MeToo and “believe all women” movements. On Friday, John Doe, a pseudonym for an assistant professor in Baylor’s Department of Economics, filed a 35-page federal lawsuit in Waco, Texas, that alleges he engaged in a consensual relationship with a female student who, in July 2018, accused him of rape, sexual exploitation, intimate-partner violence, and more. A campus…
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