The former Rutgers University student convicted of spying on his roommate having an intimate encounter with another man was released from the Middlesex County Jail after serving 20 days of his 30-day jail sentence.
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.
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.
The man seen on a webcam having an intimate encounter with a former Rutgers student who committed suicide days later is testifying today in the trial of Dharun Ravi.
The other man, who has only been identified as M.B., has tried desperately to keep his identity a secret in the case against Dharun Ravi.
Resident advisor Raahi Grover said Wednesday that Tyler Clementi seemed uncomfortable when he came to see him about something that happened hours before.
Molly Wei took the stand for a second day of testimony in the case against Dharun Ravi, who faces hate crime charges following the suicide of his roommate, 18-year-old Tyler Clementi.
Prosecutors say Dharun Ravi secretly set up a webcam in the dorm room he shared with Tyler Clementi and recorded Clementi’s intimate moments with another man.
In her opening statements Friday morning, Assistant Prosecutor Julia McClure said Dharun Ravi’s invasion of privacy of his roommate was deliberate and criminal.
A former Rutgers University student accused of spying on his roommate has turned down a plea deal that would have kept him out of prison and sought to prevent his deportation.
In newly filed legal papers, that Dharun Ravi’s lawyer says prosecutors got it all wrong in the death case of Tyler Clementi and that the charges should be dropped.
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.
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