Nate Miles appears ready to appeal his expulsion from UConn. His legal guardian has said all along that he wanted Miles to appeal, and expected he would. Now it seems more likely with the dismissal of the complaint that started everything.
The woman who filed the complaint, a 19-year-old student, didn't show up for the civil hearing. Neither did Miles.Miles, though, was not required to attend. That hearing was to determine whether the restraining order should be extended. Miles still has a court date in late November to face charges of violating the restraining order.
That said, Miles's chance to return to UConn is still dubious. He was expelled for violation of the student code, and it isn't exactly clear what the basis of the appeal will be. Even if Miles wins the appeal, it merely sends the matter back to the hearing board for reconsideration of the decision and/or the punishment.