Have you had a Security Clearance denied or suspended by the adjudicative agencies that service the United States Department of Defense? Whether you are Active Duty, Reserve, National Guard, or a Civilian Employee of the Department of Defense, Security Clearances are essential in today’s military in order to qualify for continued employment. The Department of Defense is serviced by a myriad of agencies that process, investigate, and adjudicate Security Clearances and disputes that arise there from. Any individual who has been denied a clearance or had one revoked knows the seriousness of the ramifications of these agency’s actions.
Mr. Thomas is a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Officer Training School, presently ranked as Captain, USAF Reserve JAG (Judge Advocate General) Corps, qualified and certified as a USAF JAG Defense attorney. He has served military service members of the Pacific Air Forces in Hawaii, Guam, Japan, and Korea. He is a former felony-level prosecuting attorney for the U.S. Air Force’s active-duty JAG Corps. With all of this legal military background, he is highly-qualified to assist you in any type of Security Clearance adjudicative proceeding.
Some of the re-application and appeal processes are via way of “paperwork” advocacy to the associated agencies. Some agencies allow for actual “live” hearings with an Administrative Judge. On Oahu, these hearings can be conducted via the Military Service’s video teleconferencing capabilities. It is important to contact an attorney as soon as any indication is given by the Department of Defense that your clearance is in jeopardy.
Contact the Security Clearance Attorney at the firm today for legal representation in any Security Clearance Adjudicative or Appeal Proceeding.