If a schools administration calls down a student to question them about a picture they have of a party over the weekend and there is no alcohol in the picture and are accusing student of drinking and say they have proof and are forcing student to admit to drinking it this legally okay to do?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Hello. I would need to know many further details about the situation in order to provide reasonable legal advice to the person involved. I recommend that the person involved telephone a private attorney just as soon as possible, because delay may negatively impact one's rights. I recommend telephoning a few attorneys in choosing an attorney who assists in 'School Law' matters, because it is important to feel a sense of great trust with attorney you choose to help you. Again: Do not delay. All the best.
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