Wilmington University Suspension Lawyer
Retain A Skilled Education Attorney (910) 595-1377
Universities and colleges like UNC Wilmington are taking more extreme stances
when it comes to students violating a university’s Student Code
of Conduct, which can include being arrested for criminal charges. Students
accused of violating such conduct can face suspension or even expulsion.
If you are facing disciplinary action from the administrators of your
university or college, consult James F. Rutherford, an experienced Wilmington
criminal defense lawyer.
Conduct that can lead to suspension includes:
FREE criminal defense consultation, call (910) 595-1377.
Preparing Disciplinary Hearings
When a student is accused of violating a university’s Code of Conduct
or arrested for a crime, he or she may be required to undergo a disciplinary
hearing. During this hearing, you will be allowed to present your side
of the story to university officials, including evidence or facts you
have prepared, witnesses, etc. After the hearing, university official
will need to decide whether disciplinary action is needed, what type of
action is suitable, and how the school intends to move forward with your case.
Depending on your university’s procedures, an attorney may not be
allowed to speak on your behalf during the hearing. However, your attorney
can help you prepare for the hearing, investigate your case further, and
guide you through the entire process. When your academic future is on
the line, make sure you work with a seasoned legal professional who knows
how to protect you.
Dedicated to Protecting Your Future
Any type of disciplinary action, such as suspension, can potentially jeopardize
your academic career. You’ve worked hard to get into the college
you’ve wanted – don’t let a moment’s mistake ruin
your entire future. Talk to an attorney at James F. Rutherford, Attorney
at Law, P.A. to learn more about what you can do to prepare for your hearing
and protect your academic record.
Call a Wilmington criminal defense attorney today to get started.