The final eight members of Penn State’s Beta Theta Pi fraternity went through the arraignment process Tuesday for their suspected roles in the death of Timothy Piazza in February. They were all released on their own recognizance on $50,000 bail. The ten other fraternity members faced arraignment last Friday with the most serious charges ranging from involuntary manslaughter and aggravated assault to hazing andd furnishing alcohol to minors. District Attorney Stacy Parks Miller has requested a condition that the fraternity members have no contact with any witnesses after one member had reportedly done so.

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