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Thank you for the information and I am sorry to read about your situation. I don't see though where you have asked a legal question. For the sake of time I will assume you are asking if you will have a chance to obtain Unemployment (UI) benefits in this scenario. If that is not your question, then please state it in a reply to this answer.
If your employer disputes your eligibility for UI benefits, you will likely initially be denied benefits. However, you have the right, and should, appeal the denial. Upon appeal, your former employer has the burden of proof to show that you violated a known policy. If they can't, you will be approved. So, if the policies were not clear it sounds like they will not be able to prove their case.
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