Barnes v. Zaccari: A Public University Cannot Expel a Student Without Offering a Due Process Hearing—Even if the Student is Suspected of Being Dangerous
by Richard Fossey — June 04, 2012
A student facing expulsion from a public university is entitled to a due process hearing at some point in the expulsion process, even if university officials perceive the student to be dangerous.
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