Beta Theta Pi Court Decision
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Tonight the legal saga continues in the Penn State Beta Theta Pi Fraternity hazing case that's tied to the death of student Timothy Piazza last year. Today a Centre County Judge issuing a decision on the hearing schedule, denying a request by the new prosecutors in the case, the State Attorney General's office, to delay the hearing from its March 22nd date. The A.G.'S office said it's reviewing 21 boxes of evidence, plus videos and other materials, and wanted more time before the case heads back into court. They were joined in the rescheduling request by Timothy Piazza's family, who presented airline ticket receipts as evidence to show they plan to be out of town on the hearing date. The Piazza's have been a fixture in the front row as the 26 Beta Theta Pi fraternity brothers are facing charges in what Police say was an alcohol fueled hazing event that lead to the death of fraternity pledge Timothy Piazza.