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Student Who Said Donald Trump Inspired His Hate Crime Pleads Guilty

Donald Trump’s candidacy has upended conventional politics, reshaped news coverage and produced broad cultural effects that have reverberated beyond America. But one thing it hasn’t done yet is change the basic constructs of criminal law and procedure. This week, former Pennsylvania State University student Nicholas Tavella, 20, pleaded guilty to charges of felony ethnic intimidation, misdemeanor terroristic threats and summary harassment, among others.
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