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Suspension of Student Pending Disciplinary Hearing

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Title: Suspension of Student Pending Disciplinary Hearing
Author: Brakebill, Marwin B.
Abstract: Due process under the fourteenth amendment requires the minimum of notice and some opportunity for a hearing before a student at a tax supported university can be suspended or expelled for misconduct. This article will investigate the status of the student at various stages of the administrative action against him: (I) suspension pending hearing; (2) suspension without a hearing which becomes final if no hearing is requested; and (3) suspension after hearing and pending appeal.
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Date: 1971

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