SAE Frat Hires Lawyer To Sue Oklahoma University And Its Pres – As Predicted

SAE Frat Hires Lawyer To Sue Oklahoma University And Its Pres – As Predicted

WASHINGTON, D.C.  (March 13, 2015): The SAE fraternity has reportedly hired an attorney for a planned law suit against the Oklahoma University and its president over the alleged unconstitutional and illegal actions taken against it and its members in response to a racist song sung in private on a bus.

The law suit was first publicly predicted, and the ample constitutional grounds laid out, by public interest law professor John Banzhaf, whose many novel legal actions have been very successful. Oklahoma University President Himself Can Be Sued Over SAE Punishments

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Oklahoma University: Violation of  rights to Free Speech

There are many legal grounds upon which law suits, some seeking not only damages but also payment of attorney fees, could be brought. These include violation of  rights to Free Speech under the U.S. Constitution, violation of their rights to Due Process also guaranteed by the Constitution, violation of the procedural protections guaranteed by the university’s own “Student Rights and Responsibilities Code,” and legal action under any local laws protecting people from summary evictions for their places of dwelling.

Virtually all legal authorities who have spoken out agree that a state school cannot expel students for even