Judge Reportedly Orders Baylor to Turn Over Materials From Sex Assault Investigation

A judge has reportedly ordered Baylor University to turn over documents from the investigation that found widespread mishandling of sexual assault cases, some involving football players. The materials have to be provided to attorney Jim Dunnam, a former state representative, who's representing several women who claim they were raped while at the college, The Texas Tribune reports. Baylor argued that the documents were privileged because the firm conducting the investigation, Pepper Hamilton, was doing legal work for them, the outlet reports. Baylor released pieces from the report, which the judge ruled meant the school had waived its privilege.   Continue reading...

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