In College Sexual Misconduct Cases, Many Confuse What ‘Due Process’ Means
As the law and DOE guidance expressly provide, schools must respond to sexual misconduct complaints by weighing the cases parties present equitably, never presuming falsehood from either side, always affording each the same procedural protections, including the right to access evidence, to rebut statements made against them, and to choose advisers.
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