If you're a student at a medical school in Alabama and you're facing disciplinary action of any kind, you need to take the matter seriously. You need to take a step back. You should not speak to the school. You should let your family know. Whatever the disciplinary action may involve, whether it's Title IX sexual misconduct, academic integrity, general disciplinary issue, not meeting academic progress or facing remediation. So much is at stake compared to the typical student as a medical student. Your future residency opportunities can be impacted. Your future employment and earning potential can be impacted. Schools have various processes for addressing the various forms of whatever the issue may be. It's critical to understand those processes. It's equally important to understand that medical schools are unfortunately often in a rush to judgment. They're not mindful of a student's rights and interests and often, unfortunately, do not play by their own rules. An experienced attorney adviser can help a medical student navigate the process can help protect the student's rights and can allow for a more favorable outcome.