Here are the results of a harmful way to use a spy camera. The first group of prospective jurors in the Dharun Ravi bias trial are being questioned at the Middlesex County Courthouse in New Brunswick today, among the 85 who attorneys on both sides initially agreed upon Tuesday.
Ravi, 19, is charged in a 15-count indictment with bias intimidation, invasion of privacy and hindering apprehension for using a spy camera to remotely spy on his roommate, Tyler Clementi, who was in an intimate embrace with another man in Ravi and Clementi’s Busch Campus dorm room in September 2010. Clementi, 18, committed suicide days later by jumping off the George Washington Bridge.
Clementi’s parents and two brothers are also in the courthouse, along with other relatives and friends.
Ravi faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted of the bias charges. The trial is expected to last up to a month.