Over 100 Not Guilty Verdicts At Trial | Over 2,000 Dismissals

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Pumphrey Law Blog

Category: College Student Disciplinary Hearing

What to do if Your School Calls You in for a Hearing

November 28, 2017 College Student Disciplinary Hearing College Student, Student Defense, University hearing

What to do if Your School Calls You in for a Hearing

Colleges and Universities look into student conduct violations, as well as other violations such as sexual assault (under a law called Title IX). These allegations may seem like they are less serious than a criminal investigation, but oftentimes they can be even more damaging. The first thing to do if you have been called in for a hearing is to …

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Consequences of Using or Possessing a “Fake ID”

October 10, 2017 College Student Disciplinary Hearing, Criminal Defense Fake ID

Fake ID

You may think being under 21 and having a fake ID is just a rite of passage; we all did it, right?  Wrong, in the State of Florida unauthorized possession of and other unlawful acts in relation to driver license or identification cards can be punishable under Sections 322.212 and 322.32, Florida Statutes. Fake IDs include any identification that has …

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Florida Criminal Hazing Accusations

April 25, 2017 College Student Disciplinary Hearing College Hazing

Florida Criminal Hazing Accusations

Hazing under Fla. Stat. § 1006.63 At many colleges, universities, and post-secondary institutions, hazing is a rite of passage that allows one to cross over into membership in the “Greek” community.  “Greek” refers to the various fraternities and sororities designated by Greek letters that promote camaraderie and philanthropic activity among students and alumni.  Although hazing may be a tradition for …

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