Chapter Three: Rights of the Accused Student

The Accused Student has the right, at their own expense, to secure legal representation for any stage of the Honor Proceeding.
3.1 — Pre-Hearing Rights:
   A. The Accused Student has the right to all evidence, including exculpatory evidence, at least one week prior to the Hearing. Evidence discovered during the week prior to the Hearing shall be immediately disclosed to the Accused Student. 
  B. The Accused Student has the right to request an open hearing, subject to the provisions of the Federal Education Right to Privacy Act (FERPA).
  C. The Accused Student has the right to challenge potential Hearing Board members for cause.
 
3.2 — Hearing Rights:
  A. The Accused Student has the right to offer any relevant evidence. 
  B. The Accused Student has the right to call witnesses. 
  C. The Accused Student has the right to examine the Accuser and other witnesses. 
  D. The Accused Student has the right to testify or to remain silent during any stage of the hearing.
  E. The Accused Student has the right to make a closing argument.
 
3.3 — Appeal Rights:
  A. The Accused Student has the right to a copy of the Hearing Report within 7 days after the Hearing.
  B. The Accused Student has the right to appeal (see Chapter 7).

 

 

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