High court arguments focus on scope of alcohol liability in frat hazing case

SPRINGFIELD — During oral arguments before the Illinois Supreme Court Wednesday, the issue of hazing at college fraternities was at the forefront.The case, Gary L. Bogenberger v. Pi Kappa Alpha Corporation, Inc., et al., heard by the high court this week was prompted by the 2012 death of David Bogenberger, a prospective pledge who died from alcohol intoxication during a fraternity hazing ritual at Northern Illinois …

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