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NYPD Appointments to Celebrate!


Kevin Sheerin is proud to announce…
This Wednesday (October 19, 2022) 10 of our clients will be appointed NYPD Police Officers!

Going through the NYPD Police Officer Candidacy can be rough on a individual both physically and mentally…

Kevin P. Sheerin is a retired attorney with the NYPD Legal Bureau who understands the complexities of Civil Service Law.  As a private attorney with more than 19 years of experience assisting Disqualified Civil Service job candidates, Kevin understands the challenges you will face and the difficulties you may have in your disqualification appeal case.

Many of the cases Kevin handles are disqualification cases. It is imperative that you call a Civil Service attorney to discuss your case. There are three types of disqualifications:  medical, psychological, and character. Mr. Sheerin has successfully handled many disqualification cases. It is important that you consult with an experienced Civil Service lawyer to discuss your options.

The Law Office of Kevin P. Sheerin is dedicated to helping Civil Service employees who face issues regarding appointment, promotion, discipline and discrimination. We have helped numerous people get Civil Service jobs after they were disqualified for reasons such as Character issues, Psychological issues or prior employment problems.

If you have questions about your NYPD disqualification do not hesitate to contact Kevin at 516 248 0040.

Email: kevin@sheerinlaw.com

Website: www.sheerinlaw.com

Blog: civilservice.sheerinlaw.com

Facebook: Law_Office_of Kevin_P._Sheerin

Twitter: @DQLawyer

Podcast: www.newyorkcivilservicelawattorneypodcast.com


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