• You have the right not to answer any of the questions asked of you.
• You will have the right to hear all testimony against you.
• You have the right to have an advisor and to bring witnesses on your behalf.
• You have the right to ask questions of all witnesses and complainant(s).
• You have the right to appeal the decision of your hearing.
The University expects that all information presented will be true and correct. Be advised that if you willfully provide false information you will be in violation of Community Regulation 1.5. It states that “No person shall knowingly make false statements as part of a University judicial hearing or to a University official.” An additional hearing may be held or a greater sanction may be given if you misrepresent the truth.
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