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2009-2010

September 15, 2009

A senior was accused of Drunk in Public.
He/she was found guilty of Drunk in Public.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
Mandatory alcohol education and counseling
Conduct Probation through graduation
Social probation through the end of winter term
105 hours of community service
$150 fine
Letter sent home to parents

September 29, 2009
A sophomore was accused of Conduct Unbecoming of a Washington and Lee student.
He/she was found guilty of Conduct Unbecoming.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
$760 for repairs
20 hours of community service
Conduct Probation until graduation

October 13, 2009

A junior was accused of Conduct Unbecoming of a Washington and Lee student.
He/she was found not guilty of Conduct Unbecoming.

October 13, 2009

A sophomore was accused of Conduct Unbecoming of a Washington and Lee student.
He/she was found guilty of Conduct Unbecoming.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
Mandatory alcohol education and counseling
10 hours of community service
A letter sent home to his/her parents

October 27, 2009

A third year law student was accused of Driving Under the Influence.
He/she was found guilty Driving Under the Influence.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
25 hours of community service
Conduct Probation through the end of the semester
Social probation through the end of the semester

October 27, 2009

A sophomore was accused of Possession Under the Legal Age and Drunk in Public.
He/she was found guilty of Possession Under the Legal Age. He/she was found guilty of Drunk in Public.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
A $100 fine
A letter sent home to his/her parents
35 hours of community service
Conduct Probation until the end of the academic year
Social Probation for 6 weeks

November 11, 2009

A sophomore was accused of Possession Under the Legal Age and Conduct Unbecoming of a Washington and Lee student.
He/she was found guilty of Possession Under the Legal Age. He/she was found guilty of Conduct Unbecoming.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
A $100 fine
A letter sent home to his/her parents
100 hours of community service
Conduct and social probation through the end of winter term
Mandatory alcohol education and counseling

November 11, 2009

A sophomore was accused of Conduct Unbecoming of a Washington and Lee student.
He/she was found not guilty of Conduct Unbecoming.

November 11, 2009

A sophomore was accused of Conduct Unbecoming of a Washington and Lee student.
He/she was found guilty not guilty of Conduct Unbecoming.

November 11, 2009

A first year law student was accused Driving Under the Influence and Refusal.
He/she was found guilty of Driving Under the Influence and Refusal.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
60 hours of community service

November 16, 2009

A junior was accused of Possession Under the Legal Age.
He/she was found guilty of Possession Under the Legal Age.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
A $200 fine
A letter sent home to his/her parents
30 hours of community service
Conduct Probation through graduation
Social probation through the end of the academic year

November 19, 2009

A first-year was accused of Possession of alcohol in a residence hall.
He/she was found guilty of Possession of alcohol in a residence hall.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
A $100 fine
Mandatory alcohol education and counseling
A letter sent home to his/her parents
Conduct Probation for 52 weeks

December 3, 2009

A first year law student was accused of Driving Under the Influence.
He/she was found guilty of Driving Under the Influence.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
A $150 fine
mandatory alcohol education and counseling
85 hours of community service
Conduct Probation and social probation through the end of the academic year

December 3, 2009

A sophomore was accused of Possession of marijuana in a residence hall.
He/she was found not guilty of possession of marijuana in a residence hall.

December 3, 2009

A sophomore was accused of Possession of marijuana in a residence hall.
He/she was found not guilty of possession of marijuana in a residence hall.

December 3, 2009

A sophomore was accused of Possession of marijuana in a residence hall.
He/she was found not guilty of possession of marijuana in a residence hall.

December 3, 2009

A sophomore was accused of Possession of marijuana in a residence hall.
He/she was found not guilty of possession of marijuana in a residence hall.

December 3, 2009

A sophomore was accused of Possession of marijuana in a residence hall.
He/she was found not guilty of possession of marijuana in a residence hall.

January 19, 2010

A sophomore was accused of Driving Under the Influence.
He/she was found not guilty of Driving Under the Influence.

January 19, 2010

A first-year was accused of Possession of alcohol in a residence hall.
He/she was found guilty of Possession of alcohol in a residence hall.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A second strike
A $200 fine
A letter sent home to his/her parents
100 hours of community service
Conduct Probation through the calendar year
Continue with alcohol education and counseling
Social probation through the end of the academic term

January 19, 2010

A first-year was accused of Possession Under the Legal Age.
He/she was found guilty of Possession Under the Legal Age.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A second strike
A $150 fine
Mandatory alcohol education and counseling
50 hours of community service
Conduct Probation for 52 weeks
Social probation through the end of Spring Term

January 19, 2010

A sophomore was accused of Driving Under the Influence
He/she was found guilty of Driving Under the Influence.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
A letter sent home to his/her parents
45 hours of community service
Conduct Probation through the end of the academic year

February 2, 2010

A first-year was accused of Possession of alcohol in a residence hall.
He/she was found guilty of Possession of alcohol in a residence hall.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
A $50 fine
Conduct probation for 52 weeks
Mandatory alcohol education and counseling

February 2, 2010

A first-year was accused of Possession of alcohol in a residence hall.
He/she was found guilty of Possession of alcohol in a residence hall.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
A $50 fine
Conduct probation for 52 weeks
Mandatory alcohol education and counseling

February 2, 2010

A sophomore was accused of Minor in Possession of alcohol.
He/she was found guilty of Minor in Possession of alcohol.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A third strike
Suspension for the remainder of winter term

February 2, 2010

A first-year was accused of Possession of alcohol in a residence hall.
He/she was found guilty of Possession of alcohol in a residence hall.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
A $50 fine

February 2, 2010

A first-year was accused of Possession of alcohol in a residence hall.
He/she was found guilty of Possession of alcohol in a residence hall.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
A $50 fine

February 2, 2010

A first-year was accused of Possession of marijuana.
He/she was found guilty of Possession of marijuana.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
A $50 fine

February 2, 2010

A first-year was accused of Possession of alcohol in a residence hall.
He/she was found guilty of Possession of alcohol in a residence hall.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A second strike
A $150 fine
A letter sent home to his/her parents
Conduct probation for 52 weeks
Social probation through the end of the academic year
25 hours of community service

February 9, 2010

A first-year was accused of Possession of marijuana.
He/she was found guilty of Possession of marijuana.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A second strike
A $100 fine
A letter sent home to his/her parents
50 hours of community service
Conduct Probation for 52 weeks
Social probation through the end of winter term

February 9, 2010

A first-year was accused of Possession of marijuana.
He/she was found guilty of Possession of marijuana.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
A $50 fine
A letter sent home to his/her parents
30 hours of community service
Conduct Probation for 52 weeks
Social probation through the end of winter term

February 9, 2010

A first-year was accused of Possession of marijuana.
He/she was found guilty of Possession of marijuana.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A second strike
A $100 fine
A letter sent home to his/her parents
50 hours of community service
Conduct Probation for 52 weeks
Social probation through the end of winter term

February 9, 2010

A first-year was accused of Possession of marijuana.
He/she was found guilty of Possession of marijuana.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
A $50 fine
A letter sent home to his/her parents
30 hours of community service
Conduct Probation for 52 weeks
Social probation through the end of winter term

February 9, 2010

A sophomore was accused of Conduct Unbecoming of a Washington and Lee student.
He/she was found not guilty of Conduct Unbecoming.

February 9, 2010

A first-year was accused of Minor in Possession of Alcohol and Conduct Unbecoming of a Washington and Lee student.
He/she was found guilty of Possession Under the Legal Age and of Conduct Unbecoming.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
A $100 fine
A letter sent home to his/her parents
25 hours of community service
Conduct Probation through the end of the academic year
Social probation through the end of winter term
Mandatory alcohol education and counseling

February 9, 2010

A first-year was accused of Possession of marijuana.
He/she was found guilty of Possession of marijuana.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
A $50 fine
A letter sent home to his/her parents
30 hours of community service
Conduct Probation for 52 weeks
Social probation through the end of winter term

February 9, 2010

A sophomore was accused of Conduct Unbecoming of a Washington and Lee student.
He/she was found guilty of Conduct Unbecoming.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
A $100 fine
A letter sent home to his/her parents
Conduct Probation for 52 weeks
Mandatory alcohol education

February 9, 2010

A first-year was accused of Possession of marijuana.
He/she was found guilty of Possession of marijuana.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A second strike
A $100 fine
A letter sent home to his/her parents
50 hours of community service
Conduct Probation for 52 weeks
Social probation through the end of winter term

February 16, 2010

A junior was accused of Conduct Unbecoming of a Washington and Lee student.
He/she was found not guilty of Conduct Unbecoming.

February 16, 2010

A sophomore was accused of Possession of alcohol in a residence hall.
He/she was found guilty of Possession of alcohol in a residence hall.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
A $150 fine
A letter sent home to his/her parents

February 16, 2010

A sophomore was accused of Possession Under the Legal Age and Possession of marijuana.
He/she was found guilty of Possession Under the Legal Age. He/she was found guilty of Possession of marijuana.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
A $150 fine
A letter sent home to his/her parents
35 hours of community service
Conduct Probation for 52 weeks
Social probation through the end of the academic year
Mandatory alcohol education and counseling

February 16, 2010

A sophomore was accused of Possession of Marijuana and Alcohol in a Residence Hall.
He/she was found guilty of Possession Marijuana and Alcohol in a Residence Hall.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
A $150 fine
A letter sent home to his/her parents
70 hours of community service
Conduct Probation for 52 weeks
Social probation through the end of the academic year
Mandatory alcohol education and counseling

February 16, 2010

A first-year was accused of Drunk in Public.
He/she was found guilty of Drunk in Public.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A second strike
A $150 fine
A letter sent home to his/her parents
30 hours of community service
Conduct Probation for 52 weeks
Mandatory alcohol education and counseling

February 16, 2010

A sophomore was accused of Possession of alcohol in a residence hall.
He/she was found guilty of Possession of alcohol in a residence hall.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
A $150 fine
A letter sent home to his/her parents
Conduct Probation for 52 weeks

February 16, 2010

A junior was accused of Drunk in Public.
He/she was found guilty of Drunk in Public.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
A $150 fine
A letter sent home to his/her parents
Conduct Probation for 52 weeks

February 16, 2010

A first-year was accused of Possession of alcohol in a residence hall.
He/she was found guilty of Possession of alcohol in a residence hall.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
A $150 fine
A letter sent home to his/her parents
Conduct Probation for 52 weeks

February 16, 2010

A first-year was accused of Possession of alcohol in a residence hall.
He/she was found guilty of Possession of alcohol in a residence hall.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
A $150 fine
A letter sent home to his/her parents
Conduct Probation for 52 weeks

February 16, 2010

A senior was accused of Possession of marijuana.
He/she was found guilty of Possession of marijuana.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
Suspension for the remainder of winter term

March 2, 2010

A first-year was accused of Possession of marijuana.
He/she was found guilty of Possession of marijuana.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
A $100 fine
A letter sent home to his/her parents
15 hours of community service
Conduct Probation through the end of the academic year

March 2, 2010

A first-year was accused of Possession of marijuana in a residence hall.
He/she was found guilty of Possession of marijuana in a residence hall.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
A $100 fine
A letter sent home to his/her parents
15 hours of community service
Conduct Probation for 52 weeks

March 18, 2010

A sophomore was accused of Possession Under the Legal Age.
He/she was found guilty of Possession Under the Legal Age.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
A $100 fine
A letter sent home to his/her parents
40 hours of community service
Conduct Probation for 104 weeks
Social probation through the end of the fall 2010 academic term

March 18, 2010

A first-year was accused of Possession of Marijuana and Conduct Unbecoming of a Washington and Lee student.
He/she was found guilty of Possession of Marijuana. He/she was found not guilty of Conduct Unbecoming.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
A letter sent home to his/her parents
35 hours of community service
Conduct Probation for 52 weeks
Mandatory alcohol education and counseling

March 18, 2010

A first-year law student was accused of Conduct Unbecoming of a Washington and Lee student.
He/she was found guilty of Conduct Unbecoming.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
Mandatory alcohol education and counseling
60 hours of community service
Conduct Probation for 52 weeks
Social probation through the end of the fall 2010 academic term

March 30, 2010

A junior was accused of Possession Under the Legal Age.
He/she was found guilty of Possession Under the Legal Age.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
A $150 fine
A letter sent home to his/her parents
15 hours of community service
Conduct Probation for 52 weeks
Social probation through the end of the academic year
Mandatory alcohol education and counseling

March 30, 2010

A junior was accused of Possession of marijuana and Conduct Unbecoming of a Washington and Lee student.
He/she was found not guilty of Possession of marijuana. He/she was found not guilty of Conduct Unbecoming.

March 30, 2010

A junior was accused of Possession Under the Legal Age.
He/she was found guilty of Possession Under the Legal Age.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
A $150 fine
A letter sent home to his/her parents
15 hours of community service
Conduct Probation for 52 weeks
Social probation through the end of the academic year
Mandatory alcohol education and counseling

March 30, 2010

A sophomore was accused of Possession Under the Legal Age.
He/she was found guilty of Possession Under the Legal Age.

The SJC assessed the following sanctions:
A strike
A $150 fine
A letter sent home to his/her parents
15 hours of community service
Conduct Probation for 52 weeks
Social probation through the end of the academic year
Mandatory alcohol education and counseling

March 30, 2010

A senior was accused of Possession of marijuana and Conduct Unbecoming of a Washington and Lee student.
He/she was found not guilty of Possession of marijuana. He/she was found not guilty of Conduct Unbecoming.

March 30, 2010

A senior was accused of Possession of marijuana and Conduct Unbecoming of a Washington and Lee student.
He/she was found not guilty of Possession of marijuana. He/she was found not guilty of Conduct Unbecoming.