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Subject: Re: It depends. Why the hearing and what discipine?

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Date Posted: 00:12:20 02/28/07 Wed
In reply to: Dave 's message, "It depends. Why the hearing and what discipine?" on 09:52:10 02/01/07 Thu

I disagree. To have a lawyer is a waste of money. The hearing is a rubber stamp 99 % of the time. The DOC will never admit that they were wrong. I remember years ago when the union was at a hearing. The union guy argued that the person who was being charged with a violation, was the wrong person because that person was not on duty on the day of the violation. The results came back as a warning.

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Re: It depends. Why the hearing and what discipine? (NT)This definitely depends on the charges.12:55:48 08/26/07 Sun

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