Our lawyers are experienced defense attorneys in advising students at the University of Maryland College Park and other universities and colleges in any form of judicial board hearing involving student misconduct. These cases may involve situations where you have been charged with a crime on or near your college campus.
If you are a student at the University of Maryland College Park (UMCP), you may be facing academic penalties as well as criminal charges. UMCP students as well as students in other universities are expected to comply with their specific code of student conduct that is administered by their school’s office of student conduct. Violating these codes can result in serious academic penalties, including suspension and termination of housing, or expulsion.
Christian, Ashin & Brown, P.C. represents those students before the UMCP judicial board. It is imperative that the student be represented by an attorney in order to properly prepare for one of these hearings. If you have been accused of student misconduct, please contact us to discuss options to minimize both criminal and academic penalties. Please call 301.200.9940 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a free, no-obligation consultation.
Our law firm will represent any student who is accused of a violation of code of student conduct, academic honor codes and other resident hall regulations on college campuses in the State of Maryland and the District of Columbia. Our law office is located in College Park so we have specific experience involving the University of Maryland College Park and the Office of Student Conduct, which supervises the judicial board, resident life office of rights and responsibilities and the Honor Counsel. If you are accused of academic dishonesty, it is important to contact an attorney to advise and/or represent you in any situation where you have been accused of academic dishonesty. Violations of the Code of Student Conduct and other Honor Codes can lead to expulsion, suspension, probation, termination of housing contract, and failure of an academic course.
If you are a student or a parent of a student who is facing disciplinary charges or an academic dishonesty charge, contact us at 301.200.9940 to arrange a free consultation about judicial board hearings related to student misconduct charges, or honor review hearings related to academic dishonesty charges.