My professor accused me of accessing online course materials (there are logs in my name at different times) during the exam. However, I know that I did not touch any electronic device during that time. I suspect that my smartphone may have refreshed a few pages that were open previously while I was studying beforehand. The university only allows an advocate affiliated with the school to speak at the hearing. An outside lawyer would be unable to. Someone told me that I should look for a tech expert that can vouch for me and say that the above situation is possible, and is more likely than not to have happened. He also said that I should build a defense around the fact that I have always been an A's and B's student with no reason to cheat. Are there ways I can pursue this after the hearing?I haven't had a hearing scheduled, yet. Where can I find a tech expert for what I need? For example, if it was an iPhone, would I go to an Apple store? I offered to allow the school to investigate my phone through an expert of their choosing, etc, but I was refused.