1) I would give a little more details on the charges. The city/state. Amount of substances, BAC levels, etc. Any bit of information that would be on a one sheet is important for the ad comms to know. This also includes if you plead guilty, if this was a felony, etc. You can't give too much info. 2) Take out self-depricating lines. You can say something was misguided, ok, but saying that you did some idiotic makes you sound immature not only back then, but now as well.3) On the flip side, you ended this very well. Taking responsibility is far stronger than feeling sorry for yourself. And you communicate this sentiment beautifully.4) I'd like to see how you have turned these things into positives. This will showcase to the adcomms that, not only are you mature enough to take ownership of your actions, but can learn from them. This may be subtle and may only require a sentence or two to achieve, but will make this part of your application shine. Instead of docking your application, this could potentially be another source of experience and perspective that other candidates may not have. So... find the positive.Good luck!
i just figured showing that they were flat out dumb decisions was taking supreme ownership.