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    Student Rights in College are Really No Rights at All!

    Do your student rights in college help you defend a university disciplinary hearing? This video is the third in our series on the dangers students face in a university disciplinary hearing. This video explains how your student rights in college disciplinary hearings are critically and inherently flawed because of university bias, no advocate to speak [...]

    By | November 12th, 2018|Student Rights|0 Comments

    A Primer on Bryan|College Station Search and Seizure

    Search and seizure has been the topic of discussion with several clients this month. Everything from automobile searches to mobile phone text messages. The issue is always the same . . . "did the police legally seize the evidence they now intend on using against my client?" Search and seizure law is a tremendously large [...]

    By | January 8th, 2013|Constitutional Rights|Comments Off on A Primer on Bryan|College Station Search and Seizure

    Texas A&M Student Rights

    We started our look at the Texas A&M Student Conduct System. We learned the disciplinary system was not designed to establish criminal guilt, but there were procedures built into the system that could cause the accused student to incriminate themselves. Now we'll look at some selected student rights that apply to University disciplinary proceedings. These [...]

    By | January 8th, 2013|Student Rights|Comments Off on Texas A&M Student Rights

    Texas A&M Student Conduct System

    The Texas A&M University student conduct system is designed to determine whether the University's standards of conduct have been violated. Although the student conduct system is not designed to determine criminal guilt, a student must be aware that procedures built into the system can result in the student incriminating themselves and providing evidence to the [...]

    By | January 8th, 2013|Student Rights|Comments Off on Texas A&M Student Conduct System
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