DoS Employee Retained JAG Defense in Clearance Revocation Case

WASHINGTON, DC – Client government employee of Department of State (DoS) as well as being a military Reservist had his clearance revoked by DoS under Adjudicative Guidelines E – Personal Conduct and J – Criminal Conduct due to allegations related to Felony criminal prosecution for Malicious Wounding/Aggravated Assault and Child Abuse, as well as fraudulently obtaining medical care from another’s insurance provider, providing false information, and obtaining an apartment for and cohabiting with his girlfriend while still married.  Client then retained JAG Defense to assume the lead role in Appealing the revocation of the clearance.  After presentation of his case before the DoS Appeal Panel, a finding was made to reverse the revocation, restore the clearance, and return the client to employment.