Wednesday, December 17, 2008

School, court reach OPPOSITE conclusions in plagiarism case!

At Central Connecticut State University, Cristina Duquette and Matthew Coster accused one another of copying. The school believed Duquette but a judge did not. BILL LEUKHARDT reported the story-->

In her Dec. 3 decision in Superior Court in Waterbury, CT, Judge Janet Scholl cited a preponderance of evidence supporting Coster's claim that Duquette had copied Coster's term paper. Scholl rebuffed the conclusion reached by college officials that Coster copied Duquette's paper.

Also, pro-evolution school essay plagiarized?


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