Day one or even before day one, if concerns come to your attention before you're even contacted by the school regarding the possibility of a college sexual misconduct investigation. People at times make the mistake of thinking that if they just let the school know what happened or their version of events, that everything will be all right. People will sometimes wait to go through the process and then they realize just how serious and disconcerting of a process it can be.
If you've never been down such a road before, don't make that mistake. Too much is at stake. The question you have to ask yourself, is something at stake? If you're accused of sexual misconduct at college, the obvious answer to that question is that, yes, everything is at stake. When something is at stake, you need to have an attorney in your corner. An experienced attorney advisor can help protect your interests, can help you navigate the process, and will do everything within his power to try to ensure a fair process and a favorable outcome.