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I have been accused of cheating in my final exam due to the fact that my professor saw the phone faced down in between my legs. Mind you it was not being used or touched during the exam. It was laid flat down and only lit up on its own when I kept receiving emails that were not opened either. Professor walked past me while I was about to hand in the exam and saw the cover of my phone and asked me to give it to him. I did. I knew that my phone was locked and nothing was visible on my screen to see because I knew i wasn't reading off of it or using it but he claims that it was open on a page that was honestly viewed as a study guide before the exam. The phone was given him to locked but he accuses me of lying.
My phone was not being actively used and both my hands were visible on the deskThat is clearly obvious that I was not using the phone. He didn't catch me in the "Act of cheating" nor see me view my phone but just assumes so. He has reported it to the deans office. I have been given a 0% on this exam and kept criticizing me during the accusation. I solemnly swear that my phone was not being used and he believes it was only because he thinks the page that was on my phone *IF YOU UNLOCK IT* is what was aiding me answer the questions. It is unfair. This will prevent me from graduating. What can I do to serve a better testimony to prove the professor wrong and to make my case stronger?