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 September 11, 2015  Posted by  Court, U.S., Youth & Schools

Bryan Denson reports:

The sex-and-drugs case of John Doe v. Reed College took a peculiar turn this week when a federal judge ordered the school to turn over nearly seven years of student disciplinary files to lawyers in the case.

U.S. District Judge Michael W. Mosman’s five-page order Tuesday spells out specific records sought about current and former Reed students, including those accused of violating the school’s Honor Principle, Sexual Harassment Policy, Discriminatory Harassment and Sexual Misconduct Policy or Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy.

Read more on Oregon Live. And no, the records will not be made public. Unless, of course, one of the attorneys involved gets hacked, or fails to adequately protect the records.

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