How do I respond to a Title IX investigation in Maryland?

If you're an accused student and you find yourself the subject of a Title IX investigation at a college or university in Maryland, do not make the mistake of going to any interviews or speaking to the school without taking the necessary precautions. Schools are often in a rush to judgment. Schools often do not provide the requisite notice or let an accused student know what's at stake in a Title IX case. Do not speak to friends, do not speak to others. Let your parents know what's going on to make certain that the prospect of a favorable outcome can be achieved. It's necessary to take these necessary precautions, especially at these early stages of a Title IX case. An experienced attorney advisor can help do so. Take those steps before taking any steps with the school.

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