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Are you a Florida teacher who received a letter of investigation from the Department of Education? Click for advice from a defense lawyer for teachers.

You work hard – the type of teacher who cares for their students and plans each day to make it as educational as possible. One day, you make a mistake and the district disciplines your record. You think it is the end of the situation until suddenly… Read More
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Caught having someone else sit for your college exam? Defense tips from a lawyer for college students.

College has been a challenge and you need to get a good grade on the next exam to pass the class. Your friend offers to take the test for you. Since a teacher’s assistant (TA) proctors the professor’s exam, you agree. Your friend goes to your cla… Read More
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Accused of having someone else take your online class or an online test? Defense tips from an attorney for online students.

You struggled in school and couldn’t get a good grade on an assignment, quiz, or test. Faced with getting a bad grade in class, you make a decision – you pay someone, pay a company, or ask a friend to do the online class. They accept your off… Read More
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Accused of using a translation aid for a foreign language assignment? Defense tips from a lawyer for students.

You submit your foreign language composition to your teacher or professor and think that you did a pretty good job. Suddenly, you get an email from your language professor that you need to meet. In the meeting, they accuse you of using a translation… Read More
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Denied in-state tuition? Appeal the decision. Tips from a lawyer for university students.

You received your acceptance letter to the state university of your dreams. It is the perfect balance – living away from home yet still a car ride away if you needed your family. Suddenly, you receive a denial for in-state tuition. How could this b… Read More
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Accused of cheating on a test? Tips for building a defense.

Did you take an exam in school and the teacher thought you cheated? You are not alone. Every day students are accused of cheating on tests in schools. Whether it be a K-12 school or college, being accused of cheating is serious. You could end up rece… Read More
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If you get suspended from college, what happens? Advice from an attorney for college students.

College is a big adjustment. If a student gets poor grades or gets caught cheating or plagiarizing, they can face a suspension by their university. What happens if you are suspended from college? Read on for advice from an attorney for college studen… Read More
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Facing academic dismissal? Advice from an attorney for college students.

You were accepted into college and excited for the possibilities of a bright future built on a great education. However, you found some classes difficult and the transition wasn’t as smooth as you had hoped. Your course grades were lower than expec… Read More
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Need to write a student disciplinary appeal? Tips from a college appeal lawyer.

Chances are that if you found this blog post, you have been found responsible for a code of conduct violation. Whether it was cheating, plagiarizing, unauthorized collaboration or other violation, the consequences can be long lasting. If you were fou… Read More
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What Do You Say At An Expulsion Hearing? Student Defense Lawyer Tips.

You made a mistake and violated the student code of conduct in school. Any time a school wants to expel a student, an expulsion hearing must be held. What do you say at an expulsion hearing? How do you build a defense to fight being expelled from sch… Read More
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