UF Students Will Go Before Conduct Committee
Gator offensive lineman Carl Johnson was cleared by the state attorney of violating a sexual violence restraining order.
And gator pitcher Stephen Locke was cleared of DUI charges.
But both men will go before the university's conduct committee anyway... and if they are reprimanded, the punishments could be steep.
"I'm disappointed the university has chosen to go forward with this case. And frankly i think it should be over now," Huntley Johnson, the men's attorney, said.
UF's director of student conduct they aren't enforcing the law... they're enforcing their own rules.
Chris Loschiavo says, "It doesn't matter what happens in the legal system, frankly it's pretty irrelevant in most situations."
Johnson says the hearings could be sometime in May.
And depending on what type of hearing the students choose... they could stand before an administrator or a faculty student conduct committee.
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