A Florida prosecutor on Friday cast a former Florida A&M University band member as the orchestrator of the 2011 beating death of a drum major who, as part of a hazing ritual, pushed his way through a band bus while his fellow musicians kicked him and pummeled him with their fists and drumsticks.
Attorneys are set to give closing arguments in the case of a former Florida A&M University band member charged with manslaughter and hazing in the death of a drum major who was beaten on a band bus during a hazing ritual.
A prosecutor says a former band member charged in the death of a Florida A&M University drum major was the chief organizer of a brutal hazing ritual that has been a secret tradition at the school for years.
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Defense attorneys for four Florida A&M band members charged in a drum major’s death said Tuesday that the state’s anti-hazing law is so vague that what happened on the band bus […]
Attorneys for four remaining defendants charged in the hazing death of a Florida A&M University drum major are due back in court to update a judge on whether they’re ready for trial.
A former Florida A&M band member could become the first to be sentenced to jail time for his role in the hazing death of a drum major.
Florida A&M University is no longer on probation.
Florida A&M University’s band is making its first appearance in a football stadium since the hazing death of a drum major nearly two years ago.
The last of the suspects to be charged with the death of a Florida A & M University drum major during a hazing ritual has a date in court.
The roommate of the Florida A&M drum major who died after undergoing a hazing ritual in 2011 pleaded no contest to hazing charges on Friday before his trial scheduled for next week.