Florida College Student Code Of Conduct Violations

Colleges and universities often have a student code of conduct that include provisions regarding staying out of legal trouble in the community. A college student arrested on suspicion of sexual assault, underage DUI, alcohol or drug charges in Florida faces potentially serious criminal penalties, but may also face an administrative disciplinary hearing at his or her educational institution for student code of conduct violations, no matter the outcome of the criminal case.

"Following a criminal charge in Lee County, college or university administrative sanctions can range from a reprimand to expulsion from school. As your experienced local legal representative, I will work zealously to protect your student's future." — Attorney Danielle O'Halloran

Get A Lawyer For The Representation Your College Student Needs To Protect A Promising Future

If your college student is facing expulsion or disciplinary action from his or her school, call Lee County, Florida, administrative hearing attorney Danielle O'Halloran of Ringsmuth, Day & O'Halloran in Fort Myers. She has experience investigating administrative disciplinary hearings cases and effectively defending students against the harsh punishments that can result from sanctions.

Call us at 239-245-9190 or toll-free at 800-416-1434, or send our office an email to arrange a return call from Ms. O'Halloran right away.