Patriots Law Group handles all types of security clearance issues, including denials, revocations, and suspensions. The probability is high that if you work for the Department of Defense either as a uniformed servicemember, civilian, or contractor, you need a security clearance to do your job. But if circumstances arise during the initial adjudication process or re-investigation stages that result in you receiving a statement of reasons (SOR) for a denial or revocation of your security clearance, or if you are notified that your clearance is otherwise in jeopardy or suspended (e.g., potentially due to alleged misconduct), then you are afforded certain due process rights. These rights include the right to an attorney and an opportunity to respond in writing and/or through a personal appearance where additional evidence may be provided.
If such a situation arises for you, the attorneys at Patriots Law Group are here to help you through this critical process — and could mean the difference in whether you get to keep your job. Do not navigate this process alone. Call 301-952-9000 today to see how we can help.
Patriots Law Group serves clients – military, dependent, retirees and civilians – throughout Maryland and Washington, D.C., including Upper Marlboro, Bowie, Prince Frederick, Dunkirk, College Park, Hyattsville, LaPlata, Fort Washington, Clinton, Prince George’s County, Calvert County, Charles County, and military installations at Joint Base Andrews, Fort George G. Meade, Surface Forces Logistics Center, Bethesda Naval Hospital, U.S. Naval Academy, Patuxent River, Bolling Air Force Base, Fort Belvoir, the Navy Yard, and the Pentagon.
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