The offenses hereinafter set forth shall be dealt with by the Honor
Court after the manner provided in the Constitution of the Student
Body of the University of Florida:
1. Cheating, giving or receiving any manner of aid in connection with a test
or examination in any college course.
3. The passing of worthless checks.
If the Court finds the accused guilty, and he makes no appeal, the Court
shall in its discretion either-
(a) reprimand and warn the culprit and impose six penalty hours on a fresh-
man, nine penalty hours on a sophomore, twelve penalty hours on a junior,
and fifteen penalty hours on a senior, if the violation is not flagrant and
it is the first offense or,
(b) reprimand and warn the culprit and impose fifteen penalty hours, if the
culprit is a freshman and the violation is flagrant and wilful, or,
(c) suspend for not less than one semester and impose penalty hours as in
clause (a) of this section, if it is a clear case and the culprit pleads guilty
he is an upperclassman and it is the first offense, or,
(d) suspend for not less than one year and impose penalty hours as in clause
(a) of this section, if the violation is flagrant and willful and the culprit
pleads not guilty and it is the first offense, or,
(e) expel if it is the second offense.
(f) the court may in the furtherance of justice apmend the above penalties
in extraordinary cases so that the penalties will not not be unreasonably harsh,
ad4 the ends to be accomplished defeated.
(g) for the purpose of this article students shall be classified according to their
period of ~esidence at the University.
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