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To Whom It Concerns,
I have received your letter in regards to my background check. It appears that I forgot to include a Disorderly Conduct from 1999, and a Disorderly Conduct from 2005.
I fully understand the importance for the background check and the need to disclose all convictions. I am more than sorry for not including the above Disorderly Conduct convictions. I promise I did not purposely keep these convictions from you. I completely forgot about the Disorderly Conduct convictions.
I received the 1999 Disorderly Conduct during my separation from my first husband. I had been in an abusive marriage and I was trying to keep my ex-husband who was trying to break in from entering into my apartment when I received the disorderly conduct. I know now that I should’ve handled the situation at the time in a better manor. I was 24 years old at the time of this incident and have grown from this awful period of time. I have learned to handle situations in a better way.
I believe that I received the 2005 Disorderly Conduct conviction as part of the OWI that I did disclose to you. I do apologize that I did not disclose that separately from the OWI Conviction. I was mistaken to think that it was just included with the OWI. I am more than sorry for not disclosing this along with the 1999 Disorderly Conduct.
I am not proud of my action that led to these convictions. In fact, I am very ashamed of my past convictions. I have learned better ways to handle all situations and have grown from all of my mistakes.
I know that I did disclose both of my OWI’s. I am still to this day disappointed in myself for my actions, my disregard for the law and for all the people that were affected and also the ones that weren’t.
I do want to share a little story that has completely changed my life. On June, 15th 2013 I lost my younger sister in a car crash. My sister Sara and her daughter were struck from behind by a driver traveling around 90 miles an hour who was high on cocaine. I am now raising my “lil” sisters daughter Elly my hero!! I try to look for the rainbow in every storm.
No moment should be taken for granted. Every life is precious. And I believe that everything in life happens for a reason, all the good and also the bad. We all make mistakes and have things that happen in life that mold us into the people that we are today. I believe that I have learned to look for the meaning in all the mistakes that I have made and the other tragic moments in my life and have used them to change me into a better person today than I was in my past.
I have tried to contact Fond du lac county to get copies of these conviction, and have not received anything from them. I didn’t want to wait on this matter. The EKG/Phlebotomy course is something that I have wanted to take for a very long time and I am so excited to be a part of this program. I am very excited to do my clinical hours, and hope that this letter will help you see that I am truly sorry for not disclosing my Disorderly Convictions. I would never purposely jeopardize anything that would restrict me being able to completed my clinical experience or this course.
Paula M Stuart