UT Regent Hall Case Referred to Travis County Prosecutors

Updated, 4:45 p.m.: 

Gregg Cox, the director of the Public Integrity Unit in the Travis County district attorney's office, said he expected that it would take about one week for his staff to determine whether they would move forward on the case against University of Texas System Regent Wallace Hall.

Allegations that the regent may have violated criminal statutes in his handling of private student information were forwarded to the Travis County district attorney and the Travis County attorney on Friday by a legislative committee that has been investigating the regent.

Cox said his office would ...

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