The bill requires public school teachers and staff to receive training in suicide prevention and dealing with incidents of bullying. It also requires school districts to establish anti-bullying programs.
The case of a Rutgers University student who committed suicide after a roommate allegedly used a webcam to spy on his tryst with another man could be the first major legal test of a state privacy law passed in 2003.
The lawyers for the accused students said the webcam stream from Tyler Clementi’s dorm was only viewed on a single computer and did not show the men having sex.
NEW YORK (CBS 2) – The two Rutgers students accused of webcasting a classmate’s romantic encounter withdrew from the school this week. Days after the incident, freshman Tyler Clementi jumped to his death off the […]
Two Rutgers University freshmen have withdrawn from the school after they were accused of webcasting a classmate having sex with a man.
The lawyer for Rutgers freshman Dharun Ravi, 18, says he is confident his client will not be charged with a bias crime in Tyler Clementi’s death.
The Rutgers freshman’s death is being felt across the country, especially in his tight-knit hometown, where a school-wide assembly will be held Thursday.
Prosecutors have been looking into whether they could file additional charges in the suicide of Tyler Clementi, but New Jersey law might not adequately address the tragic death.
A weekend of tributes and remembrances were planned for the Tyler Clementi, the Rutgers student who took his own life after an intimate moment with another male student was caught on a webcam.
The family of Tyler Clementi is speaking out for the first time, requesting privacy and thanking family, friends and the public for their “outpouring of emotion.”
The two students accused of broadcasting a classmate’s sexual encounter could face additional charges. Authorities are trying to determine whether bias played a role in the alleged crimes.