Former Florida A&M band members are pleading not guilty to increased charges of manslaughter related to the death of drum major Robert Champion.
New charges have been filed against ten former Florida A&M University band members accused in the hazing death of drum major Robert Champion.
Florida A&M university is being blasted by the lawyer for a student who died during a band hazing incident who said a proposed settlement in his death is unacceptable.
After suffering the loss of their son Robert Champion, a drum major who died after being hazed by his Marching 100 bandmates, his parents will be in Orlando Wednesday to file a lawsuit against Florida A&M University.
The hazing death of Florida A&M University drum major Robert Champion last November continues to trigger a series of concerns and questions.
Just days before Florida A&M University’s Marching 100 band finds out if they will ever be able to play again, the band’s director of 40 years has called it quits.
State prosecutors have announced that 13 people have been charged in the death of Florida A&M University drum major Robert Champion who died after he was beaten during a hazing ritual.
Charges are forthcoming for at least five Florida A&M band members in the hazing death of a drum major in Orlando last fall, authorities announced Tuesday.
Four Florida A&M band members have been charged with hazing in connection with a series of beatings and paddlings last year at a private home in Tallahassee.
The Florida A&M University board of trustees approved a plan on a 9-1 vote Monday to deal with the aftermath of the death of Robert Champion in a hazing incident.