Following the sentencing of former Washington University Dean of Students Justin Carroll to 54 months in prison this past Thursday, the University has reiterated its dismay at the administrator’s actions.
Justin Carroll, former Washington University dean of students, received a sentence of 54 months in federal prison, for viewing child pornography, earlier today.
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Justin X. Carroll, former associate vice chancellor for students and dean of students, pled guilty to charges of child pornography earlier this afternoon. Carroll had previously pled not guilty at his Feb. 8 arraignment.
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Lori White announced that Rob Wild, associate vice chancellor for student affairs and dean of the First Year Center, will be replacing Justin Carroll as dean of students, Friday.
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Former Dean of Students Justin X. Carroll appeared before federal Judge David D. Noce for a pretrial hearing yesterday morning, with Noce ruling that enough evidence exists to send the case to trial.
Former Dean of Students Justin Carroll pled not guilty at his arraignment on child pornography charges Wednesday morning. The plea comes nine days after Carroll was indicted on one count of access with intent to view child pornography, following a federal investigation into his conduct from November 2015 to December 2016.
Former Associate Vice Chancellor for Students and Dean of Students Justin Carroll was indicted earlier this week on federal child pornography charges committed under the alias of “MOperv.”