Skilled Legal Help For Federal Employees Needing Security Clearance
If I was charged with reckless driving or drunk driving, will it affect my security clearance? Will filing bankruptcy give the government a reason to suspend my security clearance? Will filing for divorce impact my security clearance?
Many people who live in Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C., are employees who need security clearances to complete their jobs. However, numerous things, including bankruptcy, foreign influences, immigration status, DUI arrest and criminal charges, can impact an employee’s eligibility for a security clearance or cause an individual’s security clearance to be revoked or suspended. If you are facing this situation, it’s important to contact an experienced security clearance attorney as soon as possible.
At Hogan & Pritchard, PLLC, we have 50 years of combined experience protecting the rights of our clients. Our focus on both employment law and criminal defense matters helps ensure that we’re able to address the big picture when individuals contact us. We fight to have criminal charges reduced or dismissed, and we help employees defend their security clearances.
Facing A Security Clearance Denial Or Suspension? We Can Help.
If the federal government is threatening to suspend your security clearance, you may need to appear in front of the Defense Office of Hearings and Appeals (DOHA). Individuals who were denied clearance may also need to appear in front of the DOHA.
Our lawyers have experience representing employees and employers, and we can help protect your future and your employment options. Learn more about the counsel we offer by scheduling an initial consultation. We can be reached through an online contact form or by calling 703-552-4014.
We charge a fee for all virtual or in-person consults. Each will include a review of your pertinent documents and a complete analysis of your case with a skilled attorney.