New Paltz Students' Rights Lawyers
Every student has rights protected under the Constitution. If you or your child is facing a school disciplinary action, including suspension, expulsion, or even criminal charges, it is up to you to demand justice. At Kossover Law Offices in New Paltz, we protect the rights of students in middle school, high school, and college at disciplinary and administrative hearings.
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Before you take action and protect your rights or the rights of your child, you want an attorney who understands students' rights. We have represented the Student Association at SUNY New Paltz since 1991. We understand the rights of all students, at all levels, pertaining to everything from lockers to dorm rooms.
We also understand campus and school grounds proceedings. We are familiar with how constitutional rights are applied in these settings and we know how schools, both private and public, handle these cases. We will protect your rights at your administrative hearing.
Our firm protects the rights of students facing disciplinary measures as the result of all sorts of incidents, including events involving the following:
- Drug Possession
- Alcohol Possession
- Criminal Mischief
- Sexual Harassment
- Assault Charges
- Weapons Offenses
- Sex Crimes and Date Rape
If your school administration is taking action against you, you could face a variety of possible consequences, including suspension, expulsion, and disciplinary probation.
Corresponding Criminal Charges
Some students even face corresponding criminal charges, where fines, probation, and jail time are all possible consequences. Our firm can help you build a comprehensive and aggressive criminal defense, in addition to protecting your rights at any school disciplinary hearings.
Dedicated to protecting students' rights, our firm can provide you with the aggressive criminal defense you deserve at school hearings and if need be, criminal court. Our New Paltz offices are open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and we offer 24-hour answering services. Contact us today to find out more about what you can do to protect your students' rights.