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  • Charlotte School of Law student cited with honor code violation

    Over the weekend, Charlotte School of Law student Jeremy Snyder sent a strongly worded email -- which included a common curse word -- to school leaders in which he demanded answers about the school's financial problems. Tuesday, he was cited with an honor's code violation.

Charlotte School of Law student cited with honor code violation

Over the weekend, Charlotte School of Law student Jeremy Snyder sent a strongly worded email -- which included a common curse word -- to school leaders in which he demanded answers about the school's financial problems. Tuesday, he was cited with an honor's code violation.
Jeremy Snyder