If you have received a notice that a disciplinary charge has been brought against you by your university or college, you have due process rights before the university can discipline you. A violation of a university’s student conduct code or procedures can have devastating consequences on your life and your future. If you have received notice that you are in violation of your university and college’s student conduct code, it is imperative you immediately seek out an experienced and skilled Missouri university discipline attorney.
School Discipline Overview
School discipline cases can be overwhelming. At Henderson & Waterkotte, P.C., our attorneys have successfully represented students throughout Missouri on various code of conduct violations including but not limited to sexual misconduct, alcohol and drug violations, property damage, assault, harassment, computer violations, and off-campus incidents. Our St. Louis student code of conduct lawyers represent students from SLU, Mizzou, SEMO, Missouri State, Webster, Fontbonne, Maryville, and Wash U. among other colleges and universities.
University and colleges have a wide range of punishment at their disposal when determining if a student violated the student code of conduct. Penalties may include anything from probation, a suspension, or permanent expulsion from the college. Additionally, punishment may include a record of the wrongdoing being placed in your permanent academic file.
At Henderson & Waterkotte, P.C., our attorneys will fight vigorously to protect your rights and clear you of any alleged wrongdoing. Navigating a university discipline proceeding alone can be a daunting and overwhelming task. Our attorneys will assist you each step of the way and work with you to achieve the best possible outcome. Call us today to schedule your free consultation.
If you are being investigated or have been charged with a school disciplinary offense, it is vital that you seek aggressive and skilled representation from the outset. The lawyers at Henderson & Waterkotte, P.C. stand ready to defend your freedom. Call 314.645.4400 today to schedule a free consultation.