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Mr. Asselta Answers Your Questions On Teacher And Student Defense

Attorney Richard Asselta has handled just about every type of education law case imaginable in his more than two decades of defending teachers and students nationwide. He created these videos to offer guidance. If you want to learn more or are facing another legal challenge, call Asselta Law P.A. at 855-338-5299 or email him to schedule a free consultation.

Mr. Asselta offers guidance for these specific questions:

Can you apply for a Florida teaching certification with a criminal conviction? A lawyer discusses.

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As a Florida educator defense attorney, Richard Asselta helps teachers and administrators defend against actions taken by the Florida Department of Education against their teaching certificates. He fights to make sure his clients do not get suspended or worse. He also…

Facing a Title IX allegation? Should you meet with investigators? A Title IX defense lawyer answers.

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As a college disciplinary student defense attorney, Richard Asselta counsels and assists students who have been accused of a Title IX violation. A question that always comes up is, should I speak to the school’s investigator? He does not believe that there is one app…

Accused of looking at another student’s paper? A student defense attorney discusses.

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As a college disciplinary student defense attorney, Richard Asselta has had the opportunity to review many different college and university codes of conduct. Although there are many different forms of academic misconduct, one of the strangest and hardest charges…

Need to appeal a college disciplinary sanction? The “Evidence Does Not Support The Finding” student appeal category explained.

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What is a student disciplinary appeal? A college disciplinary appeal is a student’s last chance at reversing a finding of responsibility from a hearing. Appealing the decision gives the student an opportunity to have another staff member review the…

Need to appeal a college disciplinary sanction? The “New Evidence” student appeal category explained.

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What is a student disciplinary appeal? A college disciplinary appeal is a student’s last chance at reversing a finding of responsibility from a hearing. Appealing the decision gives the student an opportunity to have another staff member review the…

Are you a school employee accused of failing to report abuse? Defense tips from a lawyer.

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School employees face challenges every day. They work with students and build trusting relationships with them. There may be times when teachers or administrators suspect a child is being abused. There is an outlined process for reporting abuse and…

Accused of an academic integrity violation? Defense tips from a lawyer for students.

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What is considered an academic integrity violation? Universities have different categories of academic integrity violations. The most common types include cheating, plagiarism and unauthorized collaboration. What should I do if accused of academic…

Accused of helping students on an FSA or EOC test? Tips from a defense attorney for teachers.

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Florida standardized tests like the FSA or EOC are most often proctored by teachers. What should a teacher do if they are accused of test administration misconduct? Read on for tips from a defense lawyer for teachers. What are some types of test…

Accused of having someone do your coursework? An attorney for students discusses.

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With the growth of online college courses, some students have turned to taking shortcuts by using tutors to complete assignments, papers or other coursework. A student shares their login information with the tutor and then this other person…

Accused of unauthorized collaboration on a lab? Tips from a defense attorney for students.

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What is unauthorized collaboration? Many schools define unauthorized collaboration as working with another student, or any other person, to complete an assignment without the express permission of the professor. Unauthorized collaboration can apply…

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