What happens at a Title IX hearing? A disciplinary defense attorney for students answers.

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What happens at a Title IX hearing?

You will face a committee composed of several individuals. Typically, other students, staff, and faculty will be present. The evidence that was gathered during the investigation will be presented and you will again have to argue your innocence. After the hearing is completed, if found guilty, a sanction will be given.

What could happen if you are found guilty of a Title IX violation?

You can be expelled from school.

Can I appeal a Title IX hearing finding of guilty?

Typically, yes. Most universities follow procedures that allow an appeal based on certain categories. Look in your student handbook for the criteria to appeal a Title IX violation.

Can you help me defend a Title IX allegation?

Yes. I help students all over the country defend against accusations of Title IX violations. Using nearly two decades of legal experience combined with a specialized knowledge of the student disciplinary process, I help students gain successful outcomes.

Richard Asselta is an award-winning student defense lawyer who defends student facing Title IX allegations throughout the United States.

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