A Penn State University pre-med student accused of forcible sexual contact with another student has successfully had school sanctions prohibiting him from registering for new classes lifted. U.S. District Judge Matthew W. Brann of the Middle District of Pennsylvania granted an injunction for the John Doe plaintiff, who was accused of digitally penetrating a fellow student, referred to in court papers as Jane Roe, against her will. … Doe contested the recounting of events, but the university’s Title IX decision panel ultimately suspended him and took away his on-campus privileges. … Doe’s lawyer, Andrew Miltenberg of Nesenoff & Miltenberg in New York, said Doe was headed back to class on Monday. “Literally, his future was completely on the line,” Miltenberg said.