Agent of the U.S. Department of the Interior Reinstated After Proposed Removal
Our client, an Agent of the U.S. Department of the Interior, had been proposed for removal from his position and from the Federal Service. The Agency was adamant that it was warranted to impose the harshest of all penalties–removal–for an alleged first-time offense. The evidence supported that, including, but not limited to, the Agency had violated Due Process Rights and that the evidence did not support that removal was consistent with the Agency’s Table of Offenses and Penalties. After timely submitting the Written Reply and Making the Oral Reply to the proposed removal, our client was later informed of the Agency’s decision to not sustain the proposed removal. To save a Federal Career takes zealous and experienced representation.