No student shall engage in any activity which disrupts, unfairly influences or obstructs the Title IX process and/or Accountability, Honor Council, or other University Conduct Process at JMU. This includes but is not limited to the following activities:

J18-101.1 Attempting to influence, intimidate, or threaten any participant, witness, council, or board member in the reporting and/or preparation of the Title IX process and/or Accountability, Honor Council, or other University Conduct Process.

J18-101.2 Attempting to influence, intimidate, or threaten any participant, witness, council, or board member in the Title IX process or the adjudication and/or resolution process of an Accountability, Honor Council, or other university conduct process, proceeding, investigation, or resolution.

J18-102 Knowingly providing falsified or misleading information to Title IX Staff, the Office of Student Accountability and Restorative Practices, Case Administrators, Accountability Boards, Sexual Misconduct Case Review Boards, Appeal Boards, Honor Council Coordinators, the Honor Council, or other staff conducting a university conduct process.

J18-103 Overt or covert acts of discrimination, harassment, interference, intimidation, penalty, reprisal or restraint against a group or individual exercising, cooperating with, or having exercised the Title IX process and/or Accountability, Honor Council, or other University Conduct Process.

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