Monday, April 30, 2012

Rochlin: There was no deliberate misconducts in D-SNAP firings

In a Monday press release, Rich Rochlin, attorney for some of the employees fired during the state's investigation into emergency food assistance fraud, says investigators have found that some of those (former) state workers did not engage in deliberate misconduct.

“This is the first time we’ve been able to have independent and non-political persons review these cases. Even without any advocacy on behalf of my clients, these unemployment adjudicators, based solely on the D-SNAP application and the State’s investigatory files, found that these workers did NOT engage in deliberate misconduct in the scope of their employment."
The full text of Rochlin's letter is below:

Press Advisory 4-30-2012

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