College Students Charged With Criminal Offenses
Norfolk Criminal Defense Attorney, Chad G. Dorsk| Dorsk Law Office, Plc. Represents College Students Charged With Criminal Offenses
Aggressive Defense of College Students | Defending Students Enrolled in Hampton Roads area Colleges and Universities
If you are a college student and now find yourself charged with a crime, you may be facing the criminal process and a disciplinary hearing. Don’t wait until it's too late! A conviction for an offense in college is too important to face alone.
Proud to assist students in the following schools:
Old Dominion University (ODU)
Norfolk State University (NSU)
Hampton University (HU)
Christopher Newport University (CNU)
Tidewater Community College (TCC)
As a young person looking forward to entering the workforce or going on to graduate school in a few years, don’t take this matter lightly. Contact my firm, Dorsk Law Office, Plc., for a free case evaluation.
Trust attorney Dorsk who has handled high profile cases throughout Norfolk, Newport News, Virginia Beach, Portsmouth, Chesapeake, and Hampton.
I have represented college students on a variety of criminal matters including, but not limited to:
Underage Possession of Alcohol
Petit Larceny and Shoplifting
Assault and Battery
Credit Card Fraud
Forgery and Uttering
CONSEQUENCES OF A CRIMINAL CONVICTION IN COLLEGE
Those who are convicted of a crime in college are facing a number of serious penalties, including jail time, fines, probation, suspension of driver's license, and more. Even if the student is not found guilty in a criminal court, a disciplinary board could enact the following consequences:
Expulsion or suspension from college
Extra counseling or rehabilitative courses
Reprimand or warning on permanent record
A conviction or action by the school could also result in refusal of admittance to post-graduate school, denial of employment, or professional licensure.
Contact Dorsk Law Office, Plc. Today!
If you are a student charged with a crime or a parent of a student charged with a crime, contact our office for a consultation so that we can discuss your options to protect your liberty and your livelihood.