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Supreme Court Rules on Due Process Rights of Suspended Employees


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Public agencies sometimes find themselves faced with allegations that employees have engaged in criminal misconduct, either on or off duty. What due process, if any, is due the employee who is to be suspended during the subsequent investigation? The United States Supreme Court has answered this question with its decision in Gilbert v. Homar. This bulletin provides a summary of the decision and its implications for public agencies.
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Public Personnel Law Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7835 .A519), Vol. Issue 13, June 1997, p1-2, f
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20645
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