Attorney Brian Wolk, one of the two attorneys representing five Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity members, says the truth about what happened will come out.
All five FAMU students are charged in a violent hazing session in February.
Wolk says the public can expect each of the five students to enter pleas of not guilty, and feels up to this point he is not satisfied with how law enforcement and Florida A&M University officials are handling the case.
"What is going to come out are the facts. It's going to be a long process, but we are going to make sure the legal and administrative processes are following according to the law," says Wolk.
All five students have been released on $3,500 bond. An arraignment date has not been set.
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