You have responded to the SOR and requested a hearing in front of an Administrative Judge, now what? To do well at the stage requires specific knowledge of the adjudication process. An attorney from Security Clearance Law Firm can help you.
As experienced legal professionals, our attorneys are extremely knowledgeable about all matters pertaining to security clearance. At DOHA Administrative Hearings and Personal Appearances, the assigned Administrative Judge allows both the Government and Applicant put on their case. It can be intimating going up against Government Counsel without legal representation. Government Counsel is known to be aggressive in their cross-examination.
Our attorneys have successfully represented applicants all over the country in DOHA Hearing and Personal Appearances. The success of our firm in this area speaks for itself. Our attorneys are well-known and respected by administrative judges and government counsel. The trial experience our attorneys have make them an asset in the courtroom that you cannot afford to be without especially when faced with the tough questions by Government counsel. We will help your lawyer you can submit supporting documents and bring witnesses to testify on your behalf at the hearing. We know a lot is on the line when you are faced with a security clearance denial so it is important to have competent legal counsel by your side. When you become a client of Security Clearance Law Group, we make you a priority and we are committed to providing you effective legal representation to help increase your chances of receiving a favorable result from the Administrative Judge.
Keep in mind for federal employees, an Administrative Judge’s decision at the hearing stage is merely a recommendation and for some federal employees that do not fall under DoDCAF, the appellant’s matter will go to a senior level adjudicator. For DOHA cases, following the hearing the Administrative Judge’s recommendation will be submitted to the PSAB for consideration. PSAB will then vote on whether to grant the appellant’s clearance.