Will the school ensure a fair process if I am a student who was accused of sexually assaulting another student?

 

There is no guarantee that the school will ensure a fair process if you're accused of sexually assaulting another student under Title IX. It's critical to have someone in your corner, an experienced attorney advisor, to make sure that the school recognizes and protects your rights. The Title IX process, it's not an ideal process for such an important consideration or for so much at stake to be decided by parties out of school. That being said, circumstances are what they are, or the case would be addressed as is, but a respondent, an accused, they need to make sure that their rights are protected.

The only way to do so is to take the necessary steps with the school that could involve the negotiations with the Title IX office, the school's attorney, the school's office of general counsel, that is. The only way to ensure a fair process is to have somebody experienced in your corner looking out for your rights.

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