Indian student Dharun Ravi, convicted of spying on his gay roommate who later committed suicide, has publicly apologised for the first time.
Ravi was born in India, lived there until he was 5 years old and remains a citizen, though he is in the US legally.
India-born student Dharun Ravi was released from a US prison on Tuesday after he completed 20 days of his month-long jail term.
Former Rutgers Univ student convicted of using a webcam to spy on his gay roommate will not be deported to his native India.
Former Rutgers University student Dharun Ravi was sentenced to a month in jail after being convicted of using his webcam to spy on his gay roommate.
In his notice of appeal, Ravi allegedly indicated that he would argue that the bias intimidation statute is unconstitutional as applied to him.
20-year-old Ravi was sentenced by a US judge on hate crime charges for using a webcam to spy on his homosexual roommate Tyler Clementi who later committed suicide.
An Indian American student convicted of spying on his gay roommate with his webcam doesn`t deserve to be locked up with "rapists and murderers", a New Jersey judge said Wednesday.
Indian-American student Dharun Ravi turns himself in Thursday to begin serving a 30-day jail term for spying on his gay roommate with a webcam.
Dharun Ravi had faced up to 10 years in prison and possible deportation to his native India when he was sentenced on May 21.
The distraught parents of Dharun Ravi, sentenced for a month in prison for spying on his gay roommate, said he has suffered "enough".
Indian American student Dharun Ravi was Monday sentenced to 30 days in jail by a New Jersey judge for spying on his roommate kissing another man on his webcam.
Hundreds of Dharun Ravi supporters rallied to protest against state`s bias intimidation law used to convict the Indian American student.
May 21 promises to be a crucial day for the Indian-American community.
Indian-origin student Dharun Ravi was found guilty of bias intimidation for spying on his gay roommate`s sexual encounter.
Lawyers for 20-year-old Dharun Ravi filed a sentencing brief today. His lawyers also asked the judge to overturn the conviction.
The Indian-origin student of Rutgers University was found guilty of bias intimidation for spying on his gay roommate`s sexual encounter.
An Indian-origin student convicted
of hate crime charges for webcam spying on his roommate has said he is "sorry" for him.
Indian American student Dharun Ravi, accused of spying on his gay roommate, faces up to 10 years in jail and deportation to India.
Dharun Ravi has been accused of spying on his roommate`s intimate encounter with another man.
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