When I had my court appearance, the judge told me that I did NOT receive a DUI.I am very concerned and have been a wreak since this incident.
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Retaliation against persons who report or provide information about discrimination, harassment, or sexual misconduct, or behavior that might constitute discrimination, harassment, or sexual misconduct is strictly prohibited.Any act of reprisal for reporting a violation of this policy in good faith or cooperating with an investigation, including internal interference, coercion, and restraint, by a University employee, student, or one acting on behalf of the University, is a violation of this Policy and will result in appropriate disciplinary action, up to and including termination or expulsion.Affirmative Consent: Affirmative consent is defined as positive, unambiguous, and voluntary agreement to engage in specific sexual activity.Will this charge be considered a first-time or second DUI? Past felony in 06 for Misappropriate ID info/obtain money and then one in 2011 for possession over a specific amount.How does the 3 strikes relate to the current and past charges charges?I am seeking a psychologist and will start the 12-step AA program to identify any substance problems I may have.