A private college program is in legal troubles with the state of Minnesota for preparing students that provides little chance of landing them a job. 

Globe University and The Minnesota School of Business are being sued by the state for claiming they recruit students into law enforcement training that has little chance of landing them a job. The prosecutors compare the school's recruitment tactics to the movie 'The Wolf of Wallstreet'.

The state is seeking an injunction to have the recruitment practices stopped and wants monetary damages. The state has over 100 witnesses including 40 students, and 7 instructors. If the state wins, they will ask the judge to order refunds for students who went to either of these schools for a law enforcement degree that is basically worthless in Minnesota.