Disorderly conduct conviction

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  1. dentalassociate

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    Looks like Im going to be convicted of this. What are the chances that a school will still keep my acceptance if I get one? So far Detriot Mercy, Nova, Ohio state interviews.
     
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  3. sb247

    sb247 wait...you mean I got in? 5+ Year Member

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    Galt's Gulch
    What did you do and how long ago?
     
  4. FanOfCostco

    FanOfCostco 5+ Year Member

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    Did you learn from it? Some places might over look it as long as you give a good answer if they ask
     
  5. tyjacobs

    tyjacobs 2+ Year Member

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    What are your stats?
     
  6. BioTic

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    I dont think its too bigga deal it counts as a minor misdeamnor anyway right. As long as you say what happened and what you learned from it you're good.
     
  7. caffeine jitters

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    So this happened not very long ago?
     
  8. dentalassociate

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    Yea 1 week ago, after I submitted all the apps and got invites
     
  9. caffeine jitters

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    Hrmm... the fact that it happened so recently makes it more of a red flag in my opinion. I think if something like this were to have happened earlier in your college career, it would be easier to work around.

    Everyone makes mistakes, so I hope the schools you applied to are able to look past it. Best of luck dude.
     
  10. Craig_Sherwood234

    Craig_Sherwood234 Summa Cum Laude Recipient

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    Probably the worst time to get in trouble, OP. What exactly did you do? It depends
     
  11. Stanelz

    Stanelz Current RDA, Future DDS 2+ Year Member

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    seriously....
     
  12. fit2

    fit2 2+ Year Member

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    It's not really a crime so I don't think it's that big
     
  13. caffeine jitters

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  14. COdental

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    don't drop the soap my dude
     
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  15. fit2

    fit2 2+ Year Member

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    So he disturbed peace...that's a crime? Lol
    IMO u can explain that to schools if they ask you about it.
     
  16. hajin

    hajin 2+ Year Member

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    It can be difficult to get very recent convictions expunged, but not necessarily impossible. Depending on what state you live in, getting a criminal record expunged means that, legally speaking anyway, it never happened (i.e. To the the question, "Have you ever been convicted...." you are within your rights to answer "no.")
     

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