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Tiffany Ortiz 3/28/2016 Prof. Blumberg BTP 101 DAVID POWERS, Appellant, v St. John's University School of Law, Respondent. The case is about a part-time law student at St. Johns University named David Powers, who had already completed three semesters at the University. The University learned that David had made material misrepresentations and omissions (he left out factual information) when applying to the law school about his criminal history with selling drugs. St. Johns had revoked his acceptance because he left out information when first applying to the school. The misrepresentation that got him into trouble was that he stated he had been convicted of third degree possession of controlled dangerous substances, which he actually pleaded guilty to second degree distribution of LSD, and a second degree of possession of LSD whit the intent to
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