Freundel was regarded as "a brilliant scholar,"  a "profound" orator  and an authority in several areas of halakha Jewish law , including eruvim , which he assisted in constructing in a number of cities, including Washington. Freundel's career came to a sudden end when he was arrested by the Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia  and charged with voyeurism. Kesher Israel immediately suspended him without pay  and later notified the congregants that he had been fired. He also was suspended from his multiple academic positions. He was assistant professor of rabbinics at Baltimore Hebrew University , where he was the rabbinic studies graduate program adviser, associate professor at Towson University and adjunct lecturer at the Georgetown University Law Center. Towson University immediately opened its own administrative review of Freundel's conduct with students,  while Georgetown University began its own investigation as well.
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