The office of Disqualification Appeals provides legal services for law enforcement candidates in the state of New York, specifically in New York City and Nassau County. As a Nassau County Police Department (NCPD) and New York Police Department (NYPD) disqualification attorney’s office, we work tirelessly to overturn disqualifications from candidacy for law enforcement positions.
We specialize in disqualifications that arise during the medical, psychological, and character screenings, which are requirements for the NYPD and Nassau County Police Department hiring process.
About Our Disqualification Appeals Attorney
Our law office is headed by our disqualification appeals attorney, and former New York City Police Captain, Robert B. Kronenberg. Mr. Kronenberg graduated Magna Cum Laude third in his class and served as an assistant editor on the Touro Law Review. While in law school, Mr. Kronenberg was a Criminal Law teaching assistant. He has successfully passed the Bar Examinations of four states; New York (NY), New Jersey (NJ), Florida (FL), and Nevada (NV) on his first attempt. He is admitted to practice law in all New York State Courts and in the United States District Court and Eastern District Court.
Since 2005, Robert B. Kronenberg has helped candidates for law enforcement positions all over the New York City metropolitan area, such as police officers and corrections officers, appeal NCPD and NYPD disqualification determinations.
Robert B. Kronenberg’s legal practice specializes in representing law enforcement candidates who wish to obtain a position of New York City Police Officer, New York City Correction Officer, Nassau County Police Officer, and other law enforcement positions.
Our offices are highly skilled and experienced in the following services:
- Psychological Disqualification Appeals
- Character Disqualification Appeals
- Medical Disqualification Appeals
Appealing a Disqualification
If you have received a notice of proposed disqualification or a notice of disqualification, contact our offices immediately, as appeals must be filed within a certain amount of time after you, as a candidate, are given notice.
Get the expert representation you deserve for a disqualification appeal from the New York City Police Department (NYPD), New York City Correction Department (NYCD), NASSAU County Police Department (NCPD), and other law enforcement agencies.
United States District Court, Eastern District of New York
United States District Court of New Jersey
Magna Cum Laude
Oral Advocacy Award
Award for Academic Excellence in Criminal Law, Torts, Property, Remedies, and Criminal Procedure Law
Touro Law Review, Assistant Editor
Professional Associations and Memberships
American Bar Association
New York State Bar Association
Suffolk County Bar Association
Nassau County Bar Association
New Jersey Bar Association
Florida Bar Association
Nevada Bar Association
National College for DUI Defense