It can’t get any worse…

If you are currently disqualified, it can only get better. You have two chances to succeed. First, you could win at a re-interview at the NYPD Psych DQ Notice of Proposed Disqualification phase. It is extremely important that you have knowledgeable, experienced mental health professionals and attorneys to

Matter of Mark Biggerstaff v Judge Karen A. Drago

Petitioner, Mark Biggerstaff, filed an Article 78 to review a determination of the respondent, Judge Karen A. Drago. When Petitioner was arrested on multiple charges stemming from his operation of a motor vehicle while intoxicated, Respondent decided to revoke Petitioner’s pistol license. The Court ruled that

Matter of Leto v. Mulvey

Petitioner, John Leto, brought about this Article 78 case to get the Court to annul the Nassau County Police Department’s (NCPD) decision to revoke his pistol license and reinstate his license. Leto was issued a Nassau County Pistol License in July of 2004. He lost his pistol license after a

Matter of Schneider v. Mulvey

Petitioner brought about this article 78 proceeding to review the determination of and vacate the revocation of his pistol license and reinstate it on the grounds that the decision was arbitrary and capricious.

 

The officer who filed the initial complaint that resulted in the pistol permit revocation failed to