Q: I was dropped from a 3 mo DUI class with only 2 more classes left to complete! What are my options for rectifying this
I didn't miss more than 5 , times i did miss class was due to work , which i did provide the requested proof (timecards via fax) had only 2 more classes until completion. Do i need to just make up my last 2 classes or will I need to do another entire 3 month program again? And where can I find the rules & regulations (Terms and service i guess) that outline the appropriate options allowed or basically I'm asking where do i find the rule book for when this kinda stuff happens! Because I don't feel its right that I'd have to redu the entire 3 month program since i had only 2 more classes left for completion! Thank you in advance
A: You should check with the program directly regarding admissions and attendance policies, they should be able to show you the regulations applicable to your situation, they also should explain the reinstatement process. Often, once a student has been expelled from the program they have to return to court, explain the situation and get re-referred, whether the program allows the student to finish or requires them to re-start depends on the program and the situation. Again, the first place to go is the program, they should answer your questions.
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