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Committed to protecting students facing suspension, expulsion

When it comes to things like fighting, possession of drugs or even bullying, many schools or school districts adopt rather stringent policies, such that most students would appear to be guilty until proven innocent and suspension looms as a very real possibility. Still other schools, however, adopt what is known as a zero tolerance approach toward these offenses, such that anyone they adjudge guilty will be subject to expulsion.

It perhaps goes with saying that a suspension or expulsion on an academic record can cause very real problems for children, affecting their ability to enter other schools or, in the case of high school students, their admission to college.

What often makes all of this even more frustrating for students and parents alike is that not only are these potentially ruinous accusations often supported by the flimsiest of evidence, but that schools and/or school districts often fail to inform them about their all-important right to appeal any adverse disciplinary decisions -- particularly suspension or expulsion.

At the Law Offices of Steve Rossi, P.A., we have extensive experience representing students in administrative settings concerning student suspensions and expulsions.

Indeed, our founding attorney -- a former FBI agent, a former prosecutor and a former legal counsel for the sixth largest teachers union in the nation -- has more than 25 years of experience, many of which have been dedicated to the complex area of education law. As such, he has the skill, experience and tenacity needed to protect your child's reputation and future.

To learn more about your right to appeal a suspension or expulsion here in Florida, please visit our website. However, understand that time is of the essence, as this right to appeal is time sensitive.  

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