If you're a student at a medical school in Hawaii and you're facing disciplinary action of any kind, you need to take a step back. You should let your family know. You shouldn't speak to the school or others without taking the necessary precautions. Disciplinary action whatever it may entail, whether it's not meeting academic progress, or facing remediation, Title IX sexual misconduct, academic integrity, a medical student has a lot to lose. A lot more than the typical student if the case is not successfully resolved.
Future earning potential can be impacted. Future employment opportunities, residency opportunities can all be negatively impacted. Schools use different resolution methods depending on the nature of the case. It's critical to understand how your case will be addressed and resolved. It's also important to understand that schools, unfortunately, are often in a rush to judgment, are not mindful of the student's rights and interests, and unfortunately, medical schools often do not play by their own rules. An experienced attorney advisor can help the medical students navigate the process, can help protect the medical student's rights and interest, and could potentially help allow for a more favorable outcome.