North Carolina Security Clearance Suspension Lawyer Todd C. Conormon
If you are a military service member on active duty whose security clearance status is in question, you could benefit from solid legal guidance from an experienced government security clearance lawyer who aggressively protects your rights.
The Military Justice Center in Fayetteville, North Carolina, can help. Our founder Todd C. Conormon at Todd C. Conormon Attorney P.A. makes sure that clients understand security clearance requirements and represents military members when clearances have been denied, suspended or revoked.
Military personnel applying for a security clearance of confidential, secret or top secret nature are required to complete the Standard Form 86 (SF86) Questionnaire for National Security Positions. As your lawyer, Todd makes sure that you understand security clearance rules and obligations, and advises you of your rights during the application process. He also provides honest, direct answers to questions you would rather not ask your commander or active duty military attorney.
Todd founded The Military Justice Center for one reason — to aggressively seek justice for military personnel when facing criminal charges or when legal issues relate to their military service. His military defense practice has built a recognized reputation for positive results in cases that include war crimes, serious criminal charges, military investigations, AWOL, Article 15s and other legal matters.
With 30 years of experience in military legal matters, Todd C. Conormon will handle your security clearance application and offer sound guidance on every aspect of the legal process. His only goal is justice for you. Contact The Military Justice Center at this toll-free number to arrange your initial consultation: 866-588-1217.
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A security clearance can be denied for a number of reasons, such as failure to meet the necessary requirements, a serious criminal record, high credit card debt or marriage to a foreign national.
If your security clearance has been denied, revoked or reclassified, you could have to deal with long-term consequences for your military career and to your future outside the Armed Forces. A security clearance denial can stop your advancement in the military, while a suspension or revocation could result in harm for your chance of attaining a civilian job after your term of service has concluded.
Todd C. Conormon can thoroughly prepare your case and take it to the Central Adjudication Facility, which has the decision-making authority regarding your security clearance matter. No matter why you were denied security clearance, our dedicated lawyer fights for your rights, freedom and future.
For an initial consultation with Fayetteville military security clearances lawyer Todd C. Conormon, call today toll free: 866-588-1217. The Military Justice Center represents service personnel in the U.S. and around the world. If you cannot come to us, we can come to you.