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What are the consequences of hazing?

College fraternity and sororities initiation rites have been popularized in movies such as "Animal House" and on television. However, initiation activities which endanger a student's physical or mental health are not considered as campus antics and constitutes the criminal offense of hazing. Like other college campus crimes, this offense has serious and long-term legal and educational consequences.

Legal issues that could impact those accused of campus crimes

Many college students do not realize that beyond state or federal law, there is an entirely different governing body that could affect their future. If students are accused of college campus crimes, they could face accusations that could impact the rest of their lives. There are a few legal issues that could impact those accused of college campus crimes. Specifically, there are ways in which colleges are to handle crime allegations.

College campus crime accusations are serious allegations

When your child goes off to school, a lot of parents have a hard time with the idea of letting go. Of course, it might be more emotional than practical, but in reality, this is usually a person's first time living on their own. A person left to their own decisions can make the right ones, or maybe they make some questionable decisions. Sometimes those decisions can land a person in hot water with the law or with their college campus.

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