National Security Clearances Lawyer

International Denied Security Clearance Attorney | Revoked Security Clearance Representation

The Law Offices of David P. Sheldon, helps members of the military service and U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) civilian employees obtain or keep their security clearances. If you have been denied a security clearance, or if your security clearance is being revoked or suspended, he will help you do everything necessary to fix the problem.

Even if you have done something embarrassing — or illegal — in the past, it may be possible to explain it or put it in a context to show that it does not create a security risk.

Our experienced security clearance attorney, David P. Sheldon, knows how to analyze the regulations and present the facts to prove no security risk exists. If it is possible in your case, he will find the way.

For more information or a free consultation with an experienced military defense lawyer, contact us online in Washington, D.C., or by calling 202-552-0018 or 877-314-1665 toll free.

The PSAB Process | National Security Clearances Attorney

Solid preparation and representation for the DOD hearing is critical. The administrative judge who conducts your hearing will make a recommendation to the Personnel Security Appeal Board (PSAB) that will be the basis for the PSAB's decision. Your attorney must be familiar with the PSAB.

Mr. Sheldon knows how the PSAB operates and what the board looks for in making its decisions. He will analyze the regulations that are being used to deny your security clearance and then work with you to collect witness statements and other evidence that show they do not apply.

Next, he will complete a brief with a thorough explanation of the evidence that shows there is no security risk. Mr. Sheldon will also prepare you to make the most effective statement at the hearing.

Retain Your Security Clearance | The Law Offices of David P. Sheldon | Washington, D.C.

The Law Offices of David P. Sheldon represents U.S. Armed Forces clients across the country and in foreign lands. For more information or a free consultation with an experienced military defense lawyer, contact us online or by calling 202-552-0018 or 877-314-1665 toll free.