Texas A&M has responded to a legal ruling concerning the Corps's Parsons Mounted Cavalry.
The 10th Court of Appeals in Waco overturned Judge Rick Davis's ruling from 2004, which ordered the university to reconduct disciplinary hearings over hazing accusations. The 2-to-1 decision last week says A&M's disciplinary process had not been allowed to be completed.
In a statement, the university said while they don't normally comment on pending legal matters, they are pleased the court of appeals ruled in their favor. "We realize the matter is not necessarily over, and that it could go to the Texas Supreme Court," the statement reads.
Texas A&M Statement in full:
It's the university's practice to refrain from commenting on pending legal matters. However, since some information about this case has been made public, we will state the obvious, that we are pleased that the court of appeals ruled in the university's favor, but we realize the matter is not necessarily over, and that it could go to the Texas Supreme Court.
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