Iowa and Kentucky
The charges stemmed from a report by a female ISU student of unwelcome sexual encounters with Palo and Spencer Cruise (who was not an ISU student)
The district court overturned the sanctions imposed by ISU against Palo,who was finishing up his final two semesters. The court's appeal was dismissed as moot because Palo had already graduated.
See News Article in the Ames Tribune: Bubu Palo files lawsuit against accuser
Attorneys: Matthew M. Boles, Adam C. Witosky, Parrish Kruidenier
On Aug. 23, 2014, John Doe and Jane Roe had consensual sex after a school party. A third party, neither Doe nor Roe, filed a sexual assault complaint to the university, implicating Doe. Despite Roe refusing to participate or provide statements, the university followed through with their “investigation” and imposed sanctions on Doe nonetheless. The university held two hearings and concluded in both that Doe was guilty; however, both rulings were reversed. And despite the refusal of cooperation from Roe and the universally overturned decisions, the university, under the command of Title IX coordinator Denise Simpson, persists in exacting punishment on Doe with further hearings.
Attorney: Cox Law, PLLC.