I think if you go back and read some of Leath's own public statements he says he basically agreed with the findings of the ALJ, but not the way he applied the ruling. The ruling was that the evidence was not sufficient to show a student code violation, so just not sure what Leath meant by those public statements. Maybe it makes sense to a lawyer but seems like a contradiction to me. Some in the administration have certainly used the media to paint BuBu as a pretty bad character and if they can prove that in court, it's time to get to the truth. If they can prove nothing more than what the county attorney and ALJ had, then some people in the administration may be on the hot seat. But if BuBu knows he's innocent of the charges, why wouldn't he and his family try to recover the tens of thousands spent on legal fees and try to clear his name as best they can? Who wouldn't? One thing that bothers me is how someone can lie under oath and fabricate evidence and get away with it. Makes it just that much easier for the next person to do it.