Invasion of Privacy Charge Against University Student Dropped
Our client, a Carnegie Mellon University student, faced deportation after he was accused of invading another student’s privacy. Our client was accused of waiting in an all-gender bathroom and recording a female student on the day in question. She told police she could identify the type of cell phone used to record her and our client. Police spoke with our client, and he denied recording her before turning over his phone. Police found no evidence of photos or videos taken of the alleged victim.
During an initial hearing, the judge found there wasn’t enough evidence to prove any wrongdoing. The judge dismissed the case.
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