Evidently the University of North Carolina at Wilmington feels that they can violate their own procedures, by fabricating evidence and charges to suit their presuppositions.
"In 2012, police responded to an off campus alcohol-related incident
involving a campus social organization. The police left shortly after
arriving and no charges or arrests were even contemplated by police.
Nonetheless, officers of the student organization were brought in to the
Dean's Office for interrogation. Since they were being asked about
behaviors that were minor violations of the criminal law, they asked to
have legal counsel present. Their request was denied.
Recently, I had a chance to hear the tape recorded interrogation of the student officers. University officials repeatedly denied their requests for counsel and asked them to turn off the tape recorder. By the end of the investigation, the university had prepared three different reports on the incident. The facts in report #3 bore no resemblance to the facts in report #1. Each time the university realized its charges were incorrect they simply constructed a new version of events. Decent people would have dropped the charges once they realized they were wrong. But this is not the way things are done at Evidence Tampering U. The charges are still pending and the fate of the student organization is still hanging in the air."
Evidently UNC Wilmington feels they can just do what they want without any regards to Constitutional Rights or State or Federal Laws.