What should I do if I am accused of misconduct at Farmingdale State College?

If you're a student at Farmingdale State College and you're accused of misconduct, you should not speak to the school or others without taking the necessary precautions. Too much is at stake. Farmingdale State College will have specific policies as to how your case would be addressed and adjudicated. Understanding and successfully navigating these policies is important key to success. As to which policy would apply, it will in part be dependent upon the specific offense alleged. Is it a Title IX sexual misconduct charge? Is it a matter of academic integrity or an academic misconduct charge? Or is it a general disciplinary issue?

You should also understand that Farmingdale State College, the school, as with all schools, can, unfortunately, be in a rush to judgment. The school also will not have an accused student's rights and interests in mind. That's why an experienced attorney-adviser can help navigate the process, can help protect an accused student's rights and interests, and can potentially help allow for the most favorable outcome.

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