The official answer is no. Recognizing the importance of the Fifth Amendment right to silence, the new regulations prohibit a school from drawing any inference about responsibility for a policy violation from a party’s refusal to participate in the process. However, on a practical level, respondents who do not participate in the process generally do not fare well because the claims remain unchallenged.
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