We Investigate Where Colleges May Not

Title IX is a law that was passed to prevent sexual assault, dating violence and stalking in educational institutions. Our attorneys at Nicholson, Gansner & Otis, S.C., are proficient at defending college students from these charges and protecting their futures.

Negotiating or litigating against a university can a challenging feat, as these institutions often want to defend their own interests, which may not involve investigating thoroughly into your innocence. Our lawyers will coach you through the process and gather all possible evidence to bolster your case.

Do Not Give Up On Fighting Your Charges

College students must be especially cognizant of the consequences of these charges. They could result in several penalties that harm your future, including:

  • Suspension during proceedings
  • Expulsion
  • Inability to gain admission to other colleges
  • Prevention from being hired by certain employers

You should not give up hope and accept your charges without seeking legal help. Your educational future and career could be on the line. We have successfully defended many students from criminal charges and we will do everything we can for you as well.

What Does A Lawyer Do For Me?

Lawyers are invaluable during criminal proceedings because they understand the law and the strategies needed to properly defend your rights. People without a legal background often say things that can be used against them without realizing it. We can speak on your behalf before a proceeding occurs and we will also coach you on what you should and should not say.

We are skilled in a variety of resolution methods, including:

  • Mediation
  • Negotiation
  • Litigation

We will focus on resolving your case without a need for trial, but are fully prepared for court if necessary.

Get A Free Consultation

We provide free 30-minute consultations. You can call 608-620-0018 or reach out to us online to begin discussing your case. Our office is in Madison but we represent college students across Wisconsin.