Student Rights in College are Really No Rights at All!

Do your student rights in college help you defend a university disciplinary hearing? This video is the third in our series on the dangers students face in a university disciplinary hearing. This video explains how your student rights in college disciplinary hearings are critically and inherently flawed because of university bias, no advocate to speak for you, and no subpoena power to compel the attendance of witnesses.


In this video, Stephen Gustitis explains why student rights in college discipline hearings are flawed. A student charged with violating a university student code of conduct faces university bias and no subpoena power to compel the attendance of favorable witnesses. Steve also shows how the student must represent themselves and cannot hire a trained advocate to speak for them in these hearings. Stephen Gustitis is a Texas Board Certified Criminal Defense Attorney practicing in Bryan-College Station, Texas. He has more than 27 years of experience in the field of criminal law and criminal defense in Brazos County. His videos cover a range of the best defense tactics and defense strategies, including defending allegations of a student code of conduct.

By |2018-11-12T17:54:30+00:00November 12th, 2018|Categories: Student Rights|Tags: , |0 Comments

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Stephen Gustitis has practiced criminal law exclusively since 1990. First as an assistant district attorney with Brazos County and then in private criminal defense practice. He is Texas Board Certified in criminal law.

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