(Applications Advice, Letters of Recommendation . . . )
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I think the biggest problem is that you take no responsibility whatsoever. Regardless of whether or not you feel you were guilty of any wrongdoing, you plead guilty, and I don't think it will go over well to use the phrase "allegedly" and to treat the incident in such a perfunctory manner. You need to explain why you regret what you "allegedly" did, what you learned from it, and why it will not happen again.
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Yeah, I read this as "Here's what I got caught doing, but hey I have not been caught since." They want to read why it was a mistake and that it won't happen again. Maybe take about the experience of rehab and how you've changed for the better?
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