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A former Rutgers University student charged with invasion of privacy in the Tyler Clementi case is hoping to avoid a criminal record, reports The New York Times.
Molly Wei, the 19-year-old whose computer was allegedly used by Dharun Ravi to view intimate Web cam images of Clementi, who subsequently committed suicide, applied March 1 to enter a pretrial intervention program that "allows nonviolent offenders to expunge their records if they complete probation-like conditions," according to the Times.
Wei's application was reportedly accepted March 13. Her eligibility will be decided by staffers in the Middlesex County, N.J., prosecutor's office, who won't discuss the case except to say that it is currently active.
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