Legal Help For CU Boulder Students Facing Student Conduct Violations
If a student at the University of Colorado is accused of some infraction of the student code, they expect the school to take some action. However, what some students may not know is that there is a great degree of communication between the CU Office of Student Conduct and the local police.
An arrest, even for something that many consider fairly insignificant such as minor in possession of alcohol, will be referred to the Office of Student Conduct and disciplinary proceedings may be instituted. This is the case for arrests both on and off campus. Police pay special attention to the hill and the bars, dispensaries and student housing there.
At Jurdem, LLC, our University of Colorado student defense lawyers have compiled an extensive track record of success in criminal defense. With decades of experience helping individuals successfully face criminal charges, we can help you secure the best possible resolution to your situation.
Effective Counsel On Dealing With The Office Of Student Conduct
Our firm offers our experience and skills to CU students who are facing suspension, expulsion or any other form of discipline from the Office of Student Conduct. We specifically gear our representation toward assisting students in navigating their appearance before and involvement with the Office of Student Conduct. Some of the more common charges we assist students with include:
- Drug charges
- Alcohol charges
- Sexual misconduct charges
- Fake ID charges
For experienced legal counsel that can help you understand and effectively deal with the process of dealing with the Office of Student Conduct, turn to Jurdem, LLC, in Boulder. Call 303-800-3509 or toll-free at 877-761-7852 or simply contact us online for a free initial consultation with one of our exceptional criminal defense attorneys. We accept major credit cards for our clients’ convenience.