Absent without permission, not eligble under 1256
Does she have any hope?
Under section 1256 for no good reason, or something along those lines. However, we originally left out of the edd app that my friend had been detained by the police down the street from her work. For nearly two hours she was held, then let go with a citation, this was a case of mistaken identity, and has she has not been convicted of any crime. However, while trying to explain this to her boss he did not believe her and as she was unable to convince him even with documentation that it was beyond her control to get back to work on time,
Here is the specific part of the eligibility guide I think you need to read This will open in a new window.
The information you have provided just makes me want to ask more questions .. like how, if you're claiming it was a case of mistaken identity, WHY, was a citation issued.
You know the details, not me, but I feel hesitant to discuss this because it's difficult to offer anything for you to focus on without having more details that would allow me to speculate about what an employer's argument might be.
In addition, if you left the information out of the application for California unemployment .. what information was given? This does not make any sense to me.