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WHAT HAPPENS AT THE HEARING?


At the DOHA hearing, an Administrative Judge presides over a trial-type procedure which allows both the Department and the Applicant to put on their respective cases. DOHA Department Counsel represent the Government. The records DIS collects are usually the Government's main evidence. Witness testimony is often used to fill in the gaps of the paper record. For both parties, the testimony of witnesses may also be the only way to introduce certain documents into evidence. In some very rare instances, DIS Special Agents may be asked to attest to the fact that they collected the records. The industrial hearing gives the applicant the opportunity to confront and cross-examine witnesses. Once the hearing is complete, the Administrative Judge issues a written decision

If you were denied a security clearance, contact Kenneth M. Roberts, Esq., Lt. Col., USAF (Ret.) at (702) 388-1216 for a free consultation.  






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