College Park Student Misconduct Lawyer
Gaithersburg MD Judicial Board Hearings Attorney
Experienced Defense Attorney Advising Students at the University of Maryland College Park and Other Universities and Colleges
If you have been charged with a crime and you are a student of the University of Maryland College Park, you may be facing academic penalties as well as criminal charges. UMCP students are expected to comply with the Code of Student Conduct that is administered by the Office of Student Conduct. Violating this code can result in serious academic penalties including suspension, termination of housing, or expulsion.
At the Law Offices of Steven M. Jacoby, I represent students before the UMCP Judicial Board Hearings. If you have been accused of student misconduct, please contact me to discuss options for minimizing both criminal and academic penalties. Call 301-779-5560 or 800-864-4488.
Representing College Students at Judicial Board Hearings for Violations of the Code of Student Conduct
Student misconduct charges can arise in conjunction with any of the following criminal offenses:
- DUI / DWI
- Underage drinking
- Fake IDs
- Drug offenses
- Disorderly conduct
- Date or acquaintance rape
- Malicious destruction of property
- Public intoxication
A student found guilty of any of these offenses faces applicable criminal penalties, which could include fines, license suspension, prison time, and more. Students may also face academic penalties determined in a Judicial Board Hearing, which could include suspension, termination from the academic program or expulsion.
At the Law Offices of Steven M. Jacoby, I represent UMCP students in Judicial Board Hearings. I understand the academic penalties students may be facing if accused of student misconduct. These penalties can affect a student for the rest of his or her life.
I use my knowledge of the university’s policies as well as my experience as a defense lawyer to seek the best resolution of each case. Few attorneys understand the complexities of Judicial Board Hearings for student misconduct charges. I do, and I use this knowledge to benefit students looking to save their academic careers.
Contact The Law Offices of Steven M. Jacoby
To find out how I can help you deal with your student discipline or criminal charges, please contact my law office. Call 301-779-5560 or 800-864-4488 to schedule a free initial consultation. I offer a free initial consultation in academic dishonesty and student misconduct cases.