Sure…. but I don’t need it. I’m not a legal proceeding. One would hope that those questions be asked by the university. One would hope that the university ask the Accuser to describe the room and the university go and make sure that it was the right room. Yes. One would hope that when the Accused says “There was no one in my room. I swear” the administration go back to the Accuser and ask for room details.
But that’s not how it has to work. And that’s a shame.
Again, non-sex crime proceeding: Five students report seeing you vandalize the orange statue thing outside of Wean Hall. School calls you in, says “we have credible reports that you did this.” You don’t get to confront the witnesses. You just have to prove it wasn’t you. It sucks… in that it’s not the same level of proof that you would get in court. But that’s how it works. If you can’t come up with some kind of alibi or something, they’re just not going to believe you.