The state Attorney General says a former dean at Michigan State University used his power to try to get sexual favors from female students.
Attorneys made opening statements and questioned the first witnesses in the criminal case against William Strampel Thursday.
Assistant Attorney General Danielle Hagaman-Clark is prosecuting the case. During opening statements she said that witnesses will testify that Strampel made it clear to female students that he had all the power. She says he told students: