After days of preliminary hearings, a judge determined that prosecutors’ alleged evidence — which consisted entirely of hearsay statements from law enforcement officers whose exhaustive searches of Adams’s home and campus failed to find any biological or photo or video evidence to support accusers’ claims — was nonetheless sufficient to warrant a trial on seven counts of child molestation. The trial is presently scheduled to begin April 4th. I’ll have more to say in the coming weeks.

For more, see The Trial of Creative Frontiers Principal Robert Adams