The area of education law and school law encompasses due process. The Fifth Amendment of the United States Constitution provides that no person shall be deprived of life, liberty or property without due process of the law. This extends to protections in public schools. Due Process requires: Adequate notice; an opportunity to be heard; and, fundamental fairness. Suspensions, expulsions, and transfers to alternative schools, all require a notice element. Many private schools also have due process protections outlined in the school's handbook. Asselta Law can assist students in any education setting by assuring that their Due Process rights have not been violated.
Contact our office to speak to a knowledgeable and experienced education attorney, if you feel your rights have been violated.
Richard Asselta provides representation to clients throughout the state. Mr. Asselta will provide you knowledgeable and aggressive representation to pursue the best possible outcome in your legal matter. (855) 338-5299