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ericjjjy wrote:Does anyone have any insight into what happens at a C & F hearing? Is it better to contest what they say or just apologize for the conduct? I've heard that it's better to apologize rather than contest. Is this accurate?
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Although I can't give legal advice about your situation, I imagine this would vary widely by state. Some states are notoriously strict, while others are notoriously lax. At my school, the Dean strongly advised a meeting with him if you had anything in your history that might cause a C&F problem.
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