Here We Go Again–Proposed Title IX Changes Eliminate Due Process Protections

Posted by Joseph D. Lento | Aug 05, 2022 | 0 Comments

Yes, it looks very much like here we go again, back to the past Obama days of rushed, one-sided Title IX proceedings perilously unfair to the accused student. Students facing Title IX sexual misconduct charges at their college or university should again be duly concerned for their constitutional due process rights. If you face Title IX charges at your college or university, retain national Title IX defense attorney advisor Joseph D. Lento to help you defend and defeat those charges. You may once again face an uphill battle, but with attorney advisor Lento's skilled and experienced representation, that battle is one that you can still win.

Proposed New Title IX Rules

Pursuing a commitment the Biden Administration made in its first days, the Department of Education has released for public comment proposed new Title IX rules that would turn back the clock to aggressive and, in many cases, unconstitutional Obama-era Title IX enforcement. Critics are already condemning the proposed new rules as undermining core constitutional commitments to due process. The new rules leave little doubt that accused students face greater-than-ever challenges in overcoming cultural and campus biases. Yet the critics aren't likely to carry the day. The federal government may take months or a year or more to adopt those new Title IX regulations or modified regulations. But chances are good that college and university students accused of Title IX misconduct will soon lose important protections. Accused students may soon face a greater than ever risk of unfair and damaging sexual misconduct findings.

Title IX Enforcement Trends

Title IX is the comprehensive federal law that requires schools receiving federal funding to prevent and punish sex discrimination, including sexual violence and sexual harassment. The Obama Administration pressed schools to increase enforcement while eliminating procedures that would have protected accused students. Courts condemned those moves as grossly unfair to accused students and unconstitutional. In response, the Trump Administration promulgated Title IX rules that restored important due process protections. Those protections ensured that every student charged with Title IX misconduct could attend an in-person hearing to present the defense side of the story. The accused student could also retain an attorney advisor to cross-examine the accuser and other witnesses. The Biden Administration proposal eliminates those protections, swinging the pendulum back to the Obama era.

National school discipline defense attorney advisor Joseph D. Lento and the Lento Law Firm's Student Defense Team are available nationwide to defend Title IX or other misconduct charges at your college or university. Level the playing field with the special services of a trusted attorney advisor who knows Title IX. Attorney Advisor Lento has helped hundreds of students nationwide defeat disciplinary charges. You have too much at stake in your college or university education to let Title IX charges ruin your investment. Call 888.535.3686 or go online now.

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"I pride myself on having heart and driving hard to get results!" Attorney Joseph D. Lento passionately fights for the futures of his clients nationwide. Attorney Lento and his team represent students and others in disciplinary cases and various other proceedings at colleges and universities across the United States. Attorney Lento has helped countless students, professors, and others in academia at more than a thousand colleges and universities across the United States, and when necessary, he and his team have sought justice on behalf of clients in courts across the nation. He does not settle for the easiest outcome, and instead prioritizes his clients' needs and well-being. Joseph D. Lento is licensed in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York, is admitted pro hac vice as needed nationwide, and he can help you or your student address any school-related issue or concern anywhere in the United States.


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