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Dharun Ravi

Dharun Ravi in court on Friday, March 16, 2012 (credit: CBS 2)

Dharun Ravi To Receive Sentence On Monday In Rutgers’ Webcam Spy Trial

Sentencing day is tomorrow for the former Rutgers student convicted of spying on his gay roommate. Dharun Ravi faces up to 10 years in prison.

05/20/2012

Dharun Ravi in court on Tuesday, March 13, 2012 (credit: CBS 2)

Dharun Ravi’s Mother Says Son ‘Didn’t Get Fair Trial’ In Webcam Spy Case

Friends and supporters of Ravi said Rutgers University should have handled the case and that the 20-year-old shouldn’t have been tried using the bias statute, which they argue is confusing.

05/14/2012

Dharun Ravi in court (credit: CBS 2)

Ravi Wants Hate Crime Convictions In Rutgers Webcam Spy Case Dismissed

Lawyers for 20-year-old Dharun Ravi spelled out their position in a court filing Tuesday, saying the jury got it wrong.

05/01/2012

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M.B. Wants Prison For Ravi In Rutgers Webcam Case

The man who had intimate encounters with Rutgers student Tyler Clementi will draft an impact statement that his lawyer plans to read when Dharun Ravi is sentenced on May 21.

03/23/2012

Dharun Ravi in court (credit: CBS 2)

Dharun Ravi Says In Newspaper Interview He Wasn’t ‘Uncomfortable’ With ‘Tyler Being Gay’

Dharun Ravi told the Star-Ledger he was just leery of a stranger in his dorm room, saying “I thought it was something sinister” and that maybe Tyler Clementi “got mixed up with the wrong guy.”

03/21/2012

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Alternate Juror In Dharun Ravi Trial Opposed To Conviction

As an alternate, James Downey heard all the testimony but did not participate in deliberations.

03/18/2012

Dharun Ravi in court on Friday, March 16, 2012 (credit: CBS 2)

Dharun Ravi Found Guilty In Rutgers Webcam Spying Trial

In a split verdict, Dharun Ravi, a former Rutgers student accused of using a webcam to spy on his roommate who later committed suicide, has been found guilty of invasion of privacy and bias intimidation.

03/16/2012

Dharun Ravi in court on March 14, 2012 (credit: CBS 2)

Second Day Of Jury Deliberations In Rutgers Webcam Spying Trial Ends

Judge Glenn Berman said that jurors would return at 9 a.m. Friday.

03/15/2012

Dharun Ravi in court on Tuesday, March 13, 2012 (credit: CBS 2)

Jury Deliberations Begin In Rutgers Webcam Spying Trial

The case of Dharun Ravi, a former Rutgers University student accused of using a webcam to spy on his roommate’s encounter with another man, is now in the hands of the jury.

03/14/2012

Dharun Ravi nodding off in court on March 14, 2012 (credit: CBS 2)

Dharun Ravi Seen Snoozing In Court As Jury Prepares To Begin Deliberations

The defendant at the center of a case which has captivated much of the Tri-State area was apparently extremely bored by his own trial.

03/14/2012

Dharun Ravi in court on Tuesday, March 13, 2012 (credit: CBS 2)

Closing Arguments End In Rutgers Spycam Trial; Jury To Decide Dharun Ravi’s Fate

Ravi is charged with bias intimidation as a hate crime, invasion of privacy and hindering apprehension. However, he is not being charged in connection with the death of Clementi.

03/13/2012

Dharun Ravi in court (credit: CBS 2)

Defense Rests In Rutgers Webcam Spying Case; Dharun Ravi Won’t Testify

Dharun Ravi appeared calm and confident, even flashing a smile, as his lawyer informed the judge of his decision Monday as he rested his case.

03/12/2012

Dharun Ravi in court (credit: CBS 2)

Character Witnesses Take Stand To Defend Ravi In Rutgers Webcam Trial

Sandeep Sharma, the first defense witness of the day, said he has never seen Dharun Ravi say anything derogatory to homosexuals.

03/09/2012

Dharun Ravi in court on Wednesday, Feb. 29, 2012 (credit: CBS 2)

Prosecution Rests Case In Rutgers Webcam Spying Trial

Lawyers for Dharun Ravi are expected to present an investigator and several character witnesses starting Friday.

03/08/2012

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Christie, Lawmakers Revising NJ Anti-Bullying Law

A state panel ruled it didn’t provide funding for school districts to implement the required changes. The revised proposal allows districts to be reimbursed for money they spend on anti-bullying training and staff.

03/08/2012

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