A former student is entitled to make a case that he was unlawfully expelled from Florida A&M University College of Law after being falsely admitted in 2007, an intermediate Florida appeals court has ruled.

Florida’s 5th District Court of Appeals said on Oct. 16 that the student, Brian Morris, had been denied due process of law. It ordered a lower court to consider Morris’ arguments that he is entitled to continue at the school as a student in good academic standing.

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