A student has procedural rights enshrined in the state and federal constitutions, Title IX and Department of Education regulations, and the Civil Code, to challenge the evidence supporting allegations of misconduct and to present relevant evidence to the Title IX investigator before the university concludes its investigation and decides on the sanctions to be imposed.
Domenic J. Lombardo on KPBS explains rights: KPBS Video explanation.
Domenic J. Lombardo at SDSU explains rights: San Diego State University Daily Aztec investigation.
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