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My son was also accused of plagiarism, even after submitting a rough draft to the professor and discussed the draft at length with this professor. He internalized an idea, was accused of plagiarizing, then accused of plagiarizing the thesis because the professor refused to believe my son came up with the idea for the thesis on his own, and even discussed the thesis with the professor. The professor then waited a month, until the day of the final exam, and just before the final, brought my son into his office and accused him of plagiarizing, and when my son denied this, accused him of lying, then threatened to go the dean and the chancellor and have him expelled. He got a zero on the paper and the professor told him he didn't need to take the final because he was going to the dean, but my son did anyway and salvaged a D in the class. What can my son do to appeal this? Any legal options?