Dharun Ravi Is Released from Jail

After serving 20 days of his 30-day sentence that began May 31, Dharun Ravi is a free man.

Ravi, the former Rutgers University student found guilty of bias intimidation and invasion of privacy that resulted in the suicide of his roommate, Tyler Clementi, was released Tuesday morning.

Dharun Ravi Is Ready to Begin 30-Day Sentence

Dharun Ravi, the former Rutgers student who was found guilty of bias intimidation and invasion of privacy that resulted in the suicide of his roommate, Tyler Clementi, said in a New Jersey state courtroom on Wednesday morning that he is ready to begin his 30-day jail sentence on Thursday,

Dharun Ravi Sentenced to 30 Days in Rutgers Spying Case

Former Rutgers student Dharun Ravi, who in March was found guilty of invasion of privacy and hate crimes that resulted in the tragic suicide of his roommate Tyler Clementi, was sentenced Monday to 30 days in jail, as well as 300 hours of community service and counseling. He was also fined $10,000. He will begin his sentence on May 31.

Dharun Ravi Denies Acting Out of Hate Against Tyler Clementi

Dharun Ravi blames his immaturity – not a strain of criminal-level hate – for his actions leading up to Rutgers roommate Tyler Clementi’s suicide.

“I was 18 … I did do things wrong and I was stupid about a lot of stuff,” he tells ABC News, of allegedly using a camera to internet-spy on Clementi kissing a man in their dorm room. “I was a dumb kid not thinking about it.”

Dharun Ravi Found Guilty of Invasion of Privacy, Hate Crimes in Tyler Clementi Case

More than a year after the tragic suicide of Rutgers freshman Tyler Clementi, a New Brunswick, N.J., jury has found his roommate Dharun Ravi guilty of invasion of privacy and four charges of bias intimidation. He also faces possible deportation to India.

Jurors also found him guilty on Friday of tampering with physical evidence, tampering with a witness and hindering apprehension.

Tyler Clementi's Family Speaks for First Time Since His Death

Nearly 15 months after Rutgers University student Tyler Clementi killed himself by jumping off the George Washington Bridge, “not a minute goes by that I don t think about him,” his mother, Jane, tells PEOPLE in an exclusive new interview.

“It’s especially hard right now because this was his favorite time of year,” says Jane, 53, a nurse, of Ridgewood, N.J. “So we’re trying to find a new way to celebrate Christmas. I’m sad – and trying to get through it.”

Tyler Clementi Suicide Is Not Relevant to Roommate's Case, Judge Rules

Evidence pertaining to Tyler Clementi’s suicide and possible depression is not relevant to the webcam spying case against Dharun Ravi and should not be turned over to Ravi’s defense attorney, Middlesex County Judge Glenn Berman ruled Thursday.

“Everything will remain sealed,” Judge Berman said. “Nothing in those sealed files, from what I could tell, is in any way relevant to the prosecutorial charges. Virtually everything in there is personal (and) private.”

Tyler Clementi Case: Charges Against Dharun Ravi Will Not Be Dismissed

Middlesex County Superior Court Judge Glenn Berman refused to dismiss criminal charges against defendant Dharun Ravi in the Tyler Clementi case on Friday. Ravi stands accused of using a webcam to stream coverage of his Rutgers roommate Tyler Clementi with another man last September.

Clementi committed suicide last fall following the incident.

Tyler Clementi Case: Prosecutors Deride Dharun Ravi's Apology

The text-message apology that Dharun Ravi sent to his Rutgers roommate Tyler Clementi on the night of Clementi’s suicide last fall was a cynical attempt to avoid punishment from the school, prosecutors allege in newly filed court papers.

Tyler Clementi's Final Days

From the very beginning it seems Tyler Clementi and Dharun Ravi were not a roommate match made in heaven, according to court documents released Thursday.

Having first checked out the other online, Ravi was alarmed when he saw a Facebook profile of someone with Tyler’s first name who was “flamboyantly gay,” the documents say.