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Marsy’s Law Supporters Are Awfully Cavalier About the Rights of the Accused

Marsy’s Law Supporters Are Awfully Cavalier About the Rights of the Accused

Today on SAB Lacee Bjork Anderson, an attorney and supporter of Marsy’s Law for North Dakota (Measure 3 on the November ballot, read it here), has a rebuttal for a post I wrote arguing that Marsy’s Law isn’t needed. You can read her post here, and my post here. I wanted to provide a rebuttal

North Dakota University System Still Fighting Due Process Rights For Students

The next time you hear a North Dakota University System official talking about how students are their priority, think about how hard the university system worked to oppose legal protections for students in campus proceedings. SB2150 is a bill giving North Dakota university students facing serious accusations some due process rights. It was inspired by

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