Public Employee Discipline Representation
The State of New Jersey, as well as its counties and municipalities, have specific legal guidelines when it comes to disciplining public employees. Municipalities must act within a reasonable time frame to bring disciplinary charges against public employees. Most government agencies are bound by the New Jersey Civil Service laws and the laws promulgated by New Jersey Civil Service Commission in handing out discipline. If you are facing disciplinary charges, Crivelli, Barbati & DeRose will be on your side, making sure you receive fair treatment and contesting the disciplinary charges that have been lodged against you.
Hamilton, New Jersey 08619
Your initial consultation is free.
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