The attorney for former Florida A&M University band director Julian White, fired following the recent death of a drum major from DeKalb County, said his client wants his job back and may seek legal action if he’s not reinstated, reports the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

“Dr. White has been at the vanguard of implementing measures to eliminate hazing within the Marching 100 over the past 22 years,” wrote Tallahassee attorney Chuck Hobbs in a letter sent to FAMU president James Ammons and released to the media Sunday. “We also believe that the evidence will show that Dr. White has often been a man on a solo mission in his best efforts to root out the practice of hazing.”

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