Your post is hard to understand, so I can only speak in the general: schools are not courts of law, so the rules of investigation and evidence, and "innocent until proven guilty" do not apply. Schools can rely on hearsay and circumstantial evidence to discipline. Your parents can hire an education law attorney to fight the school if they want to. If you are under threat of criminal charges, your parents should hire you a criminal defense attorney. If they can not afford one, if charges are brought, you will be appointed a public defender.
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I agree with Attorney Sargeant in all respects. If the "charge" you refer to can subject you to criminal prosecution, you must consult a criminal defense attorney in your area before proceeding.Ask a similar question
I previously responded to your question, however I see you are asking it again in hopes I think of a different answer. Both of my colleagues have reiterated what I told you previously. You should get representation for your hearing with the superintendent.
Best of luck.
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