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Purdue Conduct Conferences Can Jeopardize Criminal Case

When Purdue students are arrested on misdemeanor offenses, they are often assigned a conduct conference with a representative of the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities ("OSRR"). At the hearing, students will be asked whether they want to accept responsibility for a University violation. They will also be asked specific details about the arrest. Conduct conferences often take place before the Initial Hearing in a criminal case. As a result, it is extremely important to handle the conduct conference in a way that will not jeopardize defending the criminal charges. 

Conduct conferences are often assigned following an arrest for:

Gibson Law Office has represented Purdue students for more than 15 years. Our attorneys have significant experience representing students as an advisor at OSRR conduct conferences. If you are a Purdue student facing University discipline, we can help.

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