Getting a lawyer is your best option, and have the lawyer handle this completely separately from your transfer application.
I will do that.
I’m half-joking and half-serious: if you’re able to resolve all your issues satisfactorily, you can one day write a book about all the things that have happened.
I most certainly agree. Let’s say this situation was like winning the lottery - my ticket to the upper class!
You seem to be a good writer,
Maybe STEM was the wrong choice. I’ll be heading off to a liberal arts college instead. (Not a super great writer, my writing is standard and literal/to-the-point, just studied basic rules and vocabulary, I just have the patience to write in excruciating detail, check for errors over and over, and enjoy hyperbole. I think there was a parallelism issue and many comma splices. But maybe this is enough? Bestseller list here I come! But I will need a pen name, because the media will send me straight to an asylum if not a remote, third-world country, since my current refuge is too highly developed. So I’ll hire the writer in addition to the lawyer instead.)
and I have no reason to doubt that you are confronting serious issues.
But a college application is not the way to deal with these problems. Your own lawyer, looking solely after your issues, is the way to solve them.
As MANY, MANY of the posters here have said, bringing in your issues into an application for transfer to another school is very likely not going to appeal to most admission committees.
Will you offer some reasons?
And, yes, there are a number of lawyers who specialize in education law.
I will keep my eyes peeled for them. Maybe one of these targeted ads and articles will turn out to be useful. Please, Mark Zuckerberg…