Our Nationally Recognized Attorneys Represent Union Members
JOEY JACKSON LAW, PLLC., provides experienced legal representation for members of the Correction Officers’ Benevolent Association (COBA), Correction Officers’ Benevolent Association of Rockland County (COBARC), Law Enforcement Employees Benevolent Association (LEEBA) and other civil service employees who are facing personal and professional crises related to their jobs.
You have a right to defend and protect yourself. But sometimes in doing so, you may fall under scrutiny, even when you believe you acted reasonably to protect yourself or your coworkers in the line of duty. Our team at JOEY JACKSON LAW, PLLC., will vigorously defend your interests by pointing out that you followed protocol and procedures. We will fight to appeal and explore every option to pursue justice in your case.
Respect, Dignity And Prompt Attention
When your career and reputation are on the line, turn to a team who has experience with the intricacies of labor law as well as criminal law. We know how to navigate administrative regulations, statutes and case law. We will help you understand what you are up against. We promptly:
- Gather the facts of your circumstances
- Review the reports on file
- View available cellphone or video footage
- Assess the documents and statements
When we have a complete picture of your side of the story, we discuss the strategy for your defense with you and provide a straightforward view of what to expect. We will be at your side every step of the way to the conclusion of your case, working hard to dismiss or mitigate the harsh penalties of discipline.
Experienced Legal Representation Can Make A Difference
Do not leave your future to chance. If you are arrested or called out for inmate abuse, excessive force or unfair treatment and are subject to discipline, our attorneys have the experience you need. If you have been served with disciplinary charges for allegations of violating departmental rules, regulations and directives, we can help you prepare for your pretrial conference. If you are not satisfied with the outcome before the administrative law judge (ALJ), you may request a trial. Otherwise, a negotiated plea agreement (NPA) will impose a penalty for further review by the commissioner. There are further steps in the process, such as appealing to the Civil Service Commission (CSC). These are complicated processes; see our FAQ page for more information.
We Will Ensure A Fair And Just Process
Whether you are in or out of prison, you do not have to face disciplinary charges on your own. Put our experience in your corner. For a free consultation, contact JOEY JACKSON LAW, PLLC., at 833-563-9522 or send us an email using our secure website.