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Civil Service Investigatory Interviews
If you’re a government employee who has been summoned to participate in an investigatory interview with your employer or a third-party governmental agency, nothing is more important than understanding and protecting your rights. Your career as well as your future may depend on how you respond to such investigations or actions.
We have represented countless civil servants asked to sit for interviews with the City of New York Department of Investigation, the Special Commissioner of Investigation for the New York City School District, and the New York State Office of the Inspector General, as well as others.
We stand with you in seeking the best solution possible for your career, from the investigation phase all the way through to appeal. Whether it’s a criminal investigation or an administrative misconduct investigation, Mr. Zapata will protect your rights.
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At an investigatory interview the stakes are significant—your livelihood, future, and possibly your personal freedom may be at stake. Protect your rights by obtaining the legal advice of a qualified trial-tested attorney. The answers you give can become the basis for termination of employment and/or criminal charges.
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