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Monroe County President Judge Margherita Patti-Worthington fined the fraternity – which was found guilty of aggravated assault and involuntary manslaughter – more than 0,000 and instituted the state ban as a condition of its probation.She underscored the horrific nature of the case, calling it the “most troubling case to me in 19 years,” according to an account of the proceedings in the New York Times.There have indeed been some important changes, says Sara Vasilenko, a postdoctoral fellow in Penn State’s Prevention Research Center and Methodology Center.
Vasilenko, who received her doctorate in Human Development and Family Studies at Penn State, has conducted research on attitudes about sex and dating among college students, and co-authored a related paper with her graduate advisor, Eva Lefkowitz and colleague Jennifer Maggs.
“It recognizes that chapters are agents and mere extensions of national fraternities and they are responsible for the injury and death caused across this country for decades,” he said.
He said he’s not aware of any other cases in which a judge banned a fraternity statewide for a specified number of years.
(Abby Drey/Centre Daily Times via AP, File) In discussing the danger of hazing, Patti-Worthington said: “You only need to look at Penn State these days to understand,” according to the the New York Times’ account.
Penn State has cracked down on fraternities in the wake of Piazza’s death. Piazza’s parents, Jim and Evelyn, applauded Patti-Worthington’s fraternity sentence, as well as sentences handed down Monday to four of its members, who pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter and hindering apprehension. “In order for there to be real and meaningful change and to eradicate this bad behavior that continues to be all too prevalent,” the Piazzas said, “prosecutors and the court systems throughout the country need to take a tougher stance on these types of crimes.” Doug Fierberg, who has represented many clients in lawsuits against fraternities and is representing the Dengs in multiple civil suits against Pi Delta Psi and its members, also was heartened by the rulings.In February, Piazza, 19, drank copious amounts of alcohol during an alleged hazing ritual at the Beta Theta Pi fraternity, fell down the stairs, and languished on a couch for nearly 12 hours before anyone called for help. Twenty-six fraternity members face a range of charges in his death.FILE â€“ In this May 5, 2017, file photo, Centre County, Pa., District Attorney Stacy Parks Miller, left, announces findings in an investigation into the death of Penn State University fraternity pledge Tim Piazza, seen in photo at right, as his parents, Jim and Evelyn Piazza, second and third from left, stand nearby during a news conference in Bellefonte, Pa.“We are reviewing the ruling and seeking more insight about the effect of this sentence on the Penn State chapter,” said Lisa Powers, spokeswoman.