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Topic - Bryan Johnston
The highest court in Massachusetts has refused to grant a new trial to a man convicted of killing a UMass-Amherst student in 2004.
Athletics department spokesman Bryan Johnston said Tuesday that the decision was made by a student judicial panel.
Tech spokesman Bryan Johnston says that under university policy, players facing felony charges are suspended until charges are resolved.