Dharun Ravi Trial Juror Speaks





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Published on Mar 21, 2012

Dharun Ravi trial Juror Kashad Leverett speaks to the media on the jury deliberations.

Dharun Ravi, former Rutgers student was convicted guilty by a jury of peers on 15 counts in Middlesex County, including invasion of privacy, witness tampering, hindering apprehension, and bias intimidation, an enhanced sentencing count under New Jersey hate crime statute.

The most damning count was Count 8, bias intimidation in the 2nd degree, reproduced in full below.

2nd Degree Bias Intimidation
(For 3rd Degree Attempted Invasion of Privacy charge on Sept. 21)

• Invasion of Privacy, with the purpose to intimidate Tyler Clementi because of sexual orientation: GUILTY

• Invasion of Privacy, knowing that the conduct constituting invasion of privacy would cause Tyler Clementi to be intimidated because of sexual orientation: GUILTY

• Invasion of Privacy, under circumstances that caused Tyler Clementi to be intimidated, and considering the manner in which the offense was committed, Clementi reasonably believed that he was selected to be the target of the offense because of sexual orientation: GUILTY

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