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The five defendants in the case of an NIU student who died during a fraternity hazing won’t face jail time…under the terms of a plea deal worked out between the defendants and the DeKalb County State’s Attorney’s Office.

An attorney for the family of David Bogenberger tells the Daily Chronicle that the plea agreement will be brought before a judge on May 8th; they would face conditional discharge, a form of supervised probation…and also have to face penalties including fines and community service.

All are charged in connection with the death of the 19-year-old Bogenberger during a fraternity party in November 2012; he and other pledges were forced to drink excessive amounts of alcohol, and he was found unresponsive the morning after.

The family has filed a civil suit against 40 fraternity and sorority members reportedly involved in the hazing; the Pi Kappa Alpha chapter had its charter revoked.

Aimee Michaels

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