When you receive a civil service job disqualification such as NYPD psych disqualification or/and FDNY medical disqualification it’s crucial you mean with the civil service law attorney to discuss your case.

An attorney who is knowledgeable in the area will be able to describe the appeal process and its three steps. The attorney will

New York State Civil Service Law sect 76 allows permanent civil service employees to appeal disciplinary penalties.

The statute states in pertinent part: http://public.leginfo.state.ny.us/lawssrch.cgi?NVLWO:

The New York City Civil Service Commission website explains the Commission’s role in the process:

http://www.nyc.gov/html/csc/html/appeals/s76disciplinary.shtml

After receiving discipline an employee may choose to file a lawsuit or Article 78

The disappointment and frustration of receiving a disqualification letter from NYPD, FDNY, DSNY or New York City Department of Corrections can be addressed by taking action rather than giving up. One of the great parts of New York City civil service jobs is the New York City Civil Service Commission.  The process of appeals has

This was the recently issue in an Article 78 suit brought of remedy a security clearance revocation for old criminal convictions.   The Court addressed the issue of whether an alcohol counselor was seeking “membership” in a law enforcement agency.  The court answered this question in the negative and ordered reinstatement of the security clearance for

After charges were filed and a hearing held before a hearing officer Petitioner filed an Article 78 suit claiming his privilege against self incrimination had been violated.

The Appellate Division, Second Department wrote: “The privilege against self-incrimination was not a bar to the disciplinary charges because the petitioner was not required to waive his immunity

NYPD Disqualification
Often younger people most often men accumulate summones or moving violations for “loud exhaust” or “tinted windows”. These violations accumulate over time and may grow to 5, 10, 15 or even 20 summonses. As the years pass these young people look to get a job with the NYPD or another law enforcement agency.

Petitioner was denied a pistol permit and filed suit. Carol S. Klein was an acting Suprme Court Judge in Orange County, New York.  The Appellate Division, Second Department affirmed Judge Klein’s decision to uphold the pistol licensing officer’s decision to deny the applicant a permit.

Penal Law sect 400(1) sets forth the eligiblity requirements for