A Houston appeals court has struck down a law that requires anyone who may have participated in a student hazing to report the crime, saying the statute violates the constitutional protection against self-incrimination.

A three-judge panel of the 14th Court of Appeals on Sept. 30 ruled that �137.152(a)(4) of the Texas Education Code, as applied to former Texas A&M University students, was unconstitutional.

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