If you have been arrested you must check that your arrest appears on your APD5. Frequently, candidates give the excuse that “someone told me my arrest record was sealed”. This will not work. If you have been arrested you must disclose your arrest and when you were arrested no matter what the disposition

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The NYC Civil Service Commission has posted on their website that they are operating at an alternate site due to COVID-19.

You may email them rather than attempting an in-person visit regarding your NOPD or NOD in connection with your NYPD Psych DQ or NYPD Psych Review.

Email appeals@nycccsc.nyc.gov

NYC Civil Service Commission announcement.

Law Office of Kevin P. SheerinCandidates contact me all the time and email me their NYPD Psych DQ Notice of Disqualification (NOD).  When I ask them to search for pss@nypd.org in their email inbox they say they received a NYPD Psych Review Notice of Proposed Disqualification two or three months prior.  This creates a problem because during processing you agreed

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If you have received a Notice of Proposed Disqualification (NOPD) you can appeal. I offer a free consultation if you receive a NYPD Psychological disqualification, medical disqualification or character/background disqualification. Please call 516-248-3494 or email me at kevin@sheerinlaw.com to arrange for a free consultation. There are two factors that are crucial in your disqualification appeal.

 After an ECB hearing 50 West Realty Company LP was fined $500 for changing its building to a use inconsistent with its 1992 CO.  The company filed an Article 78 to appeal.  

An Article 78 filed for a decision after a hearing was held is subject to the standard of "substantial evidence."  That is

 In an article 78 case brought in Kings County New York  Sherwyn Toppin Marketing  Consultants Inc. sued the New York State Liquor Authority (SLA) and requested the Supreme Court reverse the SLA’s  decision canceling their liquor license.

Agents from the State Liquor Authority had issued violations to the bar for permitting consumption of alcoholic