EDISON - A rally will be held Monday in support of Dharun Ravi ahead of his pending sentencing.

Ravi, who will be sentenced on May 21, was convicted of hate crimes after using a webcam to spy on his Rutgers roommate Tyler Clementi's sexual encounter with another man. Clementi committed suicide soon after the incident.

Ravi's supporters say 10 years in prison is too harsh of a sentence for the 20-year-old Plainsboro native.

The rally will be held at 11 a.m. on May 14 at the State House steps.

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