A New Jersey prosecutor has sent a chill through college deans’ offices nationwide by bringing criminal charges against two administrators over the alcohol-related death of a freshman.

The way Mercer County, N.J., prosecutor Joseph Bocchini Jr. sees it, the case over a Rider University fraternity initiation puts administrators on notice that their roles will be scrutinized for criminal implications.

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