Ocala and Gainesville Student Conduct Code Violations Lawyer

Alachua County University Suspension Attorney

University of Florida students who are accused of violating local, state, or federal laws could face penalties including reprimand, probation, suspension or expulsion. In addition, students may be referred to the Dean of Students Office if they have been accused of violating the university's Student Code of Conduct. If you are a university student who is facing accusations of a criminal nature, or simply have been accused of violating the Student Code of Conduct, you have a right to defend yourself from these accusations.

I am Attorney Christian Straile, a Gainesville, Florida, criminal defense lawyer who also assists university students who have been arrested or accused of violating the code of conduct. I assist these students by helping them to understand the procedures and rules, assisting in preparation of witness examinations and advising on the most effective strategies for presenting your case. I assist students who have been accused of:

  • Causing physical or other harm to another person
  • Sexual assault and sexual misconduct
  • Harassment
  • Obscene behavior
  • Hazing
  • Possession of firearms or other weapons violations
  • Fire safety violations
  • Drug violations
  • Alcoholic beverage violations
  • Conduct disruptive to the university community
  • Misuse or unauthorized possession or use of public or private property

Although an attorney at these disciplinary hearings can only act as an advisor, it's important to have an experienced lawyer who can provide a proper defense strategy and provide advice on how to proceed with the case and give yourself the best chance possible of having charges dropped or reduced. To speak with a Gainesville student conduct code violations lawyer, contact me by calling 352-371-9141. I maintain a flexible appointment schedule, and I offer complimentary consultations in all criminal and traffic matters. I am available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.