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Employee Investigations of Federal workers in Washington DC

Alleged Employee Misconduct

Employee investigations are not neutral. They are not designed to exonerate you from the allegations you face. They are designed to find something against you, so that disciplinary actions can be taken against you. Investigations can be the result of anything from anonymous complaints to alleged employee misconduct. Regardless of the reason for the investigation, you have the right to enlist an experienced attorney immediately.

Are you the subject of a federal employee investigation? Call a lawyer from The Devadoss Law Firm, P.L.L.C., today at 888-351-0424 or send us an e-mail to arrange a free consultation. We are committed to ensuring that your rights are protected.

Alleged Criminal and Noncriminal Activity

Depending on whether you are accused of misconduct that is criminal or noncriminal in nature, you will be given either a Miranda warning or Garrity/Kalkines warning. These warnings are completely different, so it is critical that you pay attention to which one you are given. While a Miranda warning provides the right to remain silent, a Garrity/Kalkines warning directs you to answer federal investigators’ questions truthfully.

Receiving different warnings is only one of the complex issues you will face during an employee investigation. This is a stressful experience that can be made less so by having a knowledgeable federal labor and employment law attorney on your side. We are devoted to ensuring that you are informed about your rights and proper procedure. We will help you through all phases of the employee investigation, putting our knowledge to work to help you avoid criminal charges or disciplinary actions.

Free Consultation — Reasonable Fees

Contact us to discuss your case with a Washington, DC, federal employee investigations lawyer. We offer free case evaluations, and our fee structures are designed to meet your needs.