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This Autistic Student Asked For a ‘Fist Bump’ and a Selfie. He Got Two Title IX Investigations

Sixth Circuit: Can the University of Michigan “Set Up a Kangaroo Court?”

FIRE-backed lawsuit challenging Department of Education’s unlawful Title IX mandate voluntarily withdrawn

Duke settles long-running sexual misconduct lawsuit with Lewis McLeod

READY, FIRE, AIM: How Universities Are Failing the Constitution in Sexual Assault Cases

A Failed Defense of Federal Meddling in College Discipline

Judge Sees Bias in College Action Against Alleged Rapist

Now What? First Steps

Accusations of Sexual Misconduct

Accused of Domestic Violence? Advice from a former D.A. Video

Advice From An Attorney

Allegations of Sexual Harassment: Misunderstandings and Realities by Catherine Burr

DO’s and DON’T’s When Accused of Sexual Abuse

How to Avoid and Survive a Allegation

What To Do If You Are Accused from Criminal Law Lawyer Source

Free Resources

A Suggested Civil Action When Accused by Ralph Underwager, Eliot Clauss, and Hollida Wakefield

Advice From A Parent

Allegations Awareness Month Resources

Campus Sexual Misconduct- A Group of Attorneys

Families Advocating for Campus Equality

Foundation for Individual Rights in Education

The Innocence Project

Laws and Regulations

Current Lawsuits

Database: Due Process Lawsuits Against Colleges and Universities

Fighting Allegations of Domestic Abuse

How to Handle Being Accused

Legal Recourse When Accused of a Crime


Representing the Accused

Due Process Lawsuits Against Colleges and Universities, from Boys and Men in Education Database

How to File a Charge of Employment Discrimination with the EEOC

How to File a Discrimination Complaint with the Office for Civil Rights

“More Men Fight College Allegations of Sexual Assault” by A. Jones

“New Factor in Campus Sexual Assault Cases: Counsel for the Accused” by A. Kaminer

“Suits From The Accused” by J. New


False Reports: Moving Beyond the Issue to Successfully Investigate and Prosecute Non-Stranger Sexual Assault

From Presumed Consent to Presumed Non-Consent: Evolving Definitions of Rape

General Research Statistics From SAVE

News and Whitepapers

“‘Accused is Guilty’: Campus Rape Tribunals Punish Without Proof, Critics Say” from FoxNews

“Accused College Rapists Have Rights, Too” by Judith Shulevitz

“Campus Rape Hysteria Has No Use for Due Process” by Scott Greer

“False Accusations Make Victims of Us All” by EJ Spurrell *

“Going on Offense With Title IX” by Allie Grasgreen

“How Many Male College Students Have Been Unfairly Charged With Rape?”

“More Men Fight College Allegations of Sexual Assault” by Ashby Jones

“Mothers of Sons Accused of Rape Hammer Congressman Who Called for Expulsion of Innocents” by Greg Piper

“Suits From the Accused” by Jake New

“The Man Who Defends Men Accused of Campus Rape” by Jessica Roy

“The New Standard for Campus Sexual Assault: Guilty Until Proven Innocent” by Stuart Taylor and KC Johnson

“The Other Side of the College Sexual Assault Crisis” by Max Kutner

“University Training Programs Can Misinform, Fail to Protect” by Jackie Farmer

“Yes, False Accusations Destroy Lives” by Ashe Schow *

SAVE Services Attempts to Undermine VAWA Appear Stymied, For Now

Judge recommends JMU pay $850,000 in sexual misconduct case

A Title IX Win for the Accused

A Failed Defense of Federal Meddling in College Discipline

There Is No Easy Way to Clean Up Obama's Title IX Mess

Books and Memoirs

“Bygones Be Bygones’: The Unspeakable Injustice of the Brian Banks Case

“How A False Domestic Violence Charge Ruined an NBA Career” by A.J. Delgado *

The Price of Silence: The Duke Lacrosse Scandal, the Power of the Elite, and the Corruption of Our Great Universities by William D. Cohan

Until Proven Innocent: Political Correctness and the Shameful Injustices of the Duke Lacrosse Rape Case by Stuart Taylor

“What It’s Like To Be Falsely Accused of Rape” by James Robinson *


*While most allegations of sexual assault made in the US are true, we cannot assume that all are true, or that they all can be substantiated. offers these resources without commentary on the validity of the content.