That means he's not completely off the hook in this sexual assault legal saga. And his future career could still be damaged by what might have been a simple series of errors in judgment.
As Tyler Pager reports in USA Today, Labrie was acquitted of felony rape charges. However, the 12 did find him guilty of "using a computer to lure a minor among other lesser charges." That is a felony.
In addition, he was found guilty of four misdemeanors. Those are associated with sexual assault and endangering a minor.
If this young man wants a shot at making a good living, he will have to rebrand himself. The problem with that is that he is not independently wealthy. He was on full scholarship at St. Paul's School. Game-changing public relations is expensive. An agency, sympathetic with his plight of getting into the pickle of she said/he said, might provide services pro bono.