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Are You A College Student Who Is Facing Disciplinary Action?

College is supposed to be one of the best times in a young person’s life. But if you face accusations of criminal activity or another misconduct, your college career could be cut short. Allegations of criminal or academic offenses can have long-term repercussions on your future, including your job prospects, housing options and personal reputation.

The Aurora-based firm of Kishinevsky & Raykin, Attorneys at Law, can help uphold your rights and safeguard your future. Our lawyers have spent over a decade assisting students throughout Colorado who face disciplinary proceedings or criminal charges.

Over A Decade Of Experience In Education Law

Our attorneys have a thorough understanding of the rules, regulations and laws that govern Colorado’s postsecondary education system. Our clients include students of all ages and backgrounds who attend public universities, private colleges and community colleges.

With over a decade of experience in both education law and criminal law, we know how to approach your college discipline case and strategically build a solid defense.

We represent student who are facing disciplinary action related to criminal charges or allegations, including:

  • DUI or DWI
  • Underage drinking
  • Drug possession or trafficking
  • Sexual assault
  • Plagiarism
  • Cheating

When your future is on the line, do not leave anything to chance. Based on your circumstances, we will work with you and your postsecondary institution to obtain the best possible results. We can also represent you and your best interests in school disciplinary hearings, working to prevent suspension or expulsion.

Take Back Control Of Your Future Today

Take action now to protect your college career. Talk to our attorneys in a free initial consultation, where we can discuss your case in detail. To contact our Aurora office, call 720-863-4256 or complete our online form. We are ready to help you protect your rights as a student.

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