McDonnell, Casteen to discuss slaying
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell (R) will meet with the president of the University of Virginia Tuesday to discuss possible changes to the state law so school officials would be notified if a student is arrested.
The meeting comes at the request of UVa.'s president John T. Casteen and follows the arrest of a male lacrosse player from the university in connection with the death of fellow student Yeardley Love.
University officials have said that they were not aware that George Huguely, who has been charged in the beating death of Love, had been previously charged with an alcohol related offense off-campus.
McDonnell and Casteen are expected to meet at noon and will address the media afterward.
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Washington Post editors
| May 11, 2010; 9:30 AM ET
Categories: Crime and Public Safety, Virginia | Tags: Bob McDonnell, Lacrosse, Murder, University of Virginia
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