Disqualification Appeal Attorney
Addressing Your Legal Needs and Concerns
Robert B. Kronenberg, ESQ, provides legal representation for candidates who receive psychological, character, or medical disqualifications from law enforcement positions. Mr. Kronenberg is a disqualification appeal attorney handling disqualifications from the New York City Police (NYPD), New York City Correction Department (NYCD), NASSAU County Police Department (NCPD), and other law enforcement agencies.
Our New York Attorney
Our attorney will guide you through the entire appeal process, from the disqualification appeal letter to a secondary appeal process, if necessary. As a former New York City Police Captain, Mr. Kronenberg has hands-on experience working in the police force and as a police disqualification attorney. These experiences, paired with his legal education, has given him expertise in the following areas:
Psychological Disqualification Appeals
A psychological disqualification is an action taken against law enforcement civil service candidates by law enforcement agencies due to issues that arise during the psychological evaluation process, such as arrest history, driving record, employment history, educational history, interpersonal history, disciplinary history in school, substance use history, including the use of alcohol, psychological and/or psychiatric history, problematic written psychological test results and the past use of psychotropic medications.
Character Disqualification Appeals
A character/background disqualification is an action taken against law enforcement civil service candidates by law enforcement agencies due to issues that arise during the background investigation. Issues can include an arrest history, driving record, employment history, educational history, school disciplinary history, and financial history.
Medical Disqualification Appeals
A medical disqualification is an action taken against law enforcement civil service candidates by law enforcement agencies due to issues that arise during the medical evaluation process. Medical issues can be orthopedic issues, vision issues, hearing issues, pulmonary issues, cardiac issues, or others.
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The Law Offices of Robert B. Kronenberg
Mr. Kronenberg works in conjunction with psychological and medical professionals to ensure his clients are prepared for appealing their disqualification. He provides the tough representation needed that may require medical and/or psychological expert insight.
If you have been disqualified from a law enforcement civil service position for psychological, character, or medical reasons, call the law offices of Robert B. Kronenberg a call at 631-234-4434, or email email@example.com. Mr. Kronenberg is devoted to supporting you through this emotionally difficult time in an efficient and timely manner. Disqualification appeal attorney Robert B. Kronenberg puts the legal needs and concerns of his clients at the forefront. He makes your disqualification legal matter our top priority.
Mr. Kronenberg handles appeals from the New York City Police Department (NYPD), New York City Correction Department (NYCD), Nassau County Police Department (NCPD) and other law enforcement agencies.
Mr. Kronenberg represented me for my proposed psychological disqualification with the NYPD. Beyond being an amazing attorney, he was a police captain with the NYPD. He went above and beyond, helping me through the process. Highly recommend.
╭ Meet Robert B. Kronenberg, ESQ. ╮
Mr. Kronenberg is a former New York City Police Captain. He is a graduate of the Touro College, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude third in his class and served as an editor on the Touro Law Review and as a Criminal Law teaching assistant.
He has passed the Bar Examinations of four states on the first attempt and is admitted to practice law in all New York State Courts and in the United States District Court, Eastern District of New York. Additionally, he is admitted to practice law in all New Jersey State Courts, the United States District Court of New Jersey, all Florida State Courts, and all Nevada State Courts.