Except when someone accuses them. In which case they'll demand that 'until proven guilty' and 'beyond reasonable doubt' stuff.
The Tennessean reports that the unnamed accusers say the system used by public universities across the state
is unfair because it provides students accused of sexual assault the right to attorneys and to confront their accusers through cross-examination and an evidentiary hearing in front of an administrative law judge. The administrative law judge who hears the case is appointed by [Chancellor Jimmy] Cheek, the lawsuit says.And they want a payoff, too:
The plaintiffs are seeking damages including reimbursement and pre-payment for all of their tuition and related expenses incurred as a consequence of the sexual assaults, as well as damages for deprivation of equal access to the educational benefits and opportunities provided by UT. They’re also seeking damages for emotional suffering. The lawsuit also is seeking an injunction that would force the state to stop using the administrative hearing process.
And a pony. They forgot to demand the pony each.