Student sues school, alleging due process rights violated in sex assault investigation

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'They had sex in his dorm room. Then, four months later, he was notified she had filed a sexual assault complaint against him. And three months after that, he filed suit in federal court, saying the University of Michigan is hijacking his future education while denying him his due process rights — rights the university gives other students accused of other violations on campus.
Over the next couple of weeks, the female student texted the male — neither student is named in the lawsuit — and ran into him in a dining hall. They had dinner together, the lawsuit says, but didn't have sex. At one point, the lawsuit claims, the female asked about having more sex and also asked what the relationship between the two was now that they'd had sex. The male student responded he could only offer friendship, the suit says.'

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