Rutgers Students Who Recorded Clementi Drop Out
A poster of Yemen's former President Ali Abdullah Saleh lies on the ground as army soldiers and tribesmen loyal to the army gather on a tank in front of the local authority compound in the city of Zinjibar, Yemen after they retook the city from al-Qaida militants, Thursday, June 14, 2012. Airstrikes and clashes intensified in southern Yemen on Wednesday as army troops followed major victories with more pressure on al-Qaida militants holding small towns, according to tribal and military officials. The attacks came a day after Yemeni forces regained control of two major al-Qaida strongholds, Jaar and Zinjibar, which were in the hands of the militants for more than a year. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed) / Hani Mohammed
Attorney Steven Altman says that means Dharun Ravi and Molly Wei will not face university disciplinary hearings.
Altman, who represents Ravi, told The Home News Tribune of East Brunswick his client plans to attend school somewhere else.
Wei's attorney, Rubin Sinins, told The Star-Ledger of Newark his client feared for her safety.
Gallery: Tyler Clementi Suicide
Ravi and Wei have been charged with invasion of privacy.
Collecting or viewing sexual images without consent is a fourth-degree crime. Transmitting them is a third-degree crime with a maximum prison term of five years.
Authorities say Ravi used a webcam to capture his roommate, Tyler Clementi, having a sexual encounter with another man.
Clementi, 18, later jumped off the George Washington Bridge into the Hudson River.
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