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If found guilty of plagiarism in college or graduate school, the consequences can range from receiving a failing grade on the assignment or course to facing probation or expulsion or may even lead to risks of deportation for international students,  . Moreover, such an incident might be noted on your academic record leading to a negative impact on your educational and career future.  

It’s worth mentioning that academic recycling can also be considered a form of plagiarism and hence faces the same consequences. 

With the advance in technology, plagiarism detection has become even easier for your school. It is advisable to seek legal counsel from plagiarism defense experts to help you understand your school’s academic integrity policies in this case and explore different options to address false accusations or minimize the consequences of academic misconduct.  

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If you are facing allegations of student misconduct or other charges, contact K Altman Law today to learn more about the legal services we offer. Our experienced team of litigators, academicians, and student advisors can provide you with exceptional legal representation and a robust defense.  

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