Members of the military whose position requires them to access classified information must first gain security clearance. In many cases, a clearance denial, or a revocation of clearance, can be devastating to the career of an active duty military member. Highly experienced in both security clearance law and military law, our security clearance attorneys regularly represent military members who face the difficult experiences of clearance denials and revocations, as well as criminal and administrative allegations. If you currently face issues that threaten your clearance and/or military career, our firm is prepared to provide you with the legal assistance you need.
Whether you have been denied clearance or have been notified of a revocation, our legal team is poised to initiate legal remedies designed to protect your rights and clearance. From criminal activity and drug or alcohol use to personal conduct, the various violations you may face are considered extremely serious. Our security clearance attorneys draw from more than 45 years of collective experience to prepare you and your case and to present your defense in a clear and convincing manner. Our efforts revolve around meticulous analysis of your case and strategies that can be implemented to refute, explain, or mitigate any allegations you face.
By reviewing all of the information adjudicators used to make the determination about your clearance, our attorneys can work to highlight inaccuracies or insufficiencies that do not prove as sufficient grounds for a denial or revocation. Depending on your situation, we can also demonstrate mitigating factors that show your willingness to address and resolve the problem, such as substance abuse counseling. We have experience in handling these matters for members of all military branches, and have represented clients before the adjudication facilities and personnel security clearance facilities of the Navy, Army, Air Force, and Coast Guard.
Our firm knows that our clients depend upon the successful resolutions we are capable of producing. With a legal team comprised of former military members and military attorneys, we are especially prepared to meet the unique demands of active duty clients facing a wide range of security clearance matters. As our firm also maintains an active military law and criminal defense practice, we are also prepared to handle these serious matters, should the need arise.
We strongly encourage active duty military members to contact a security clearance attorney from McCormack & McCormack to schedule a free case evaluation to learn more about the services we provide.