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minor offense to major offense

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1 minor offense to major offense on Tue Jan 28, 2014 1:32 am

bernadett.quiazon


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nagkaron po ng offense ang anak ko sa isang prestigious university . ang naging case po pinagsign sya sa attendance sheet ng classmate nya kase sabi ng classmate nya malelate sya. so pinapunta sila sa discipline office lumabas na ang feedback . warning is given at may minor offense. nereciev nya yung pina sign sa kanya na feedback form na nakalagay dun warning is given signed by the director and conform by my kid . last friday pinatawag uit sya ng discipline office major offense daw yung na commit nila malaki ang impact sa anak kase deans lister sya matatanggal daw sya as deans lister at isa pang problema nakareflect yun sa clearance nya ang major offense. bilang magulang ang sakit naman para na nilang tinggalan future ang anak ko. gusto ko sana malaman kung tama desisyon ng school o puwede pang mabago kase nga may pinirmahan na sila na minor offense yun the same sa classmate nya na nakiusap na i sign sya . puwede pa po ba na gawing major offense yun kahit sinabi na nilang minor. tnx. and GOD bless

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2 Re: minor offense to major offense on Mon Feb 10, 2014 5:55 pm

tsi ming choi


Reclusion Perpetua
In my opinion, just review the school handbook with respect to the gravity of offense for the act committed. If the handbook states that minor offense lang yung act na ginawa ng anak nyo, hinde pwedeng gawing major offense yun ng school, by simply stating na nagkamali sila. You have legal ground to fight for it.

However, if the handbook stated otherwise, then, thats a procedural glitch lang and the school have the right to increase the gravity of the offense as stated in the school handbook.

Now, if walang naka state sa handbook with respect sa act na ginawa ng bata nyo, then, the school committed abuse of its right in increasing the gravity of the offense. You have a legal ground also to fight for it.

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