Incidents or behavior don’t just go away once they’re adjudicated favorably. Just because something didn’t affect your security clearance in the past, doesn’t mean it can’t affect it in the future.
Since getting on its feet in 2017, the VROC has received 81,260 Continuous Evaluation alerts. Here is the breakdown of the types of issues concerned:
Most states have laws where if you feel threatened – and are in fear of injury or death – you may use deadly force to defend yourself. Criminal defense attorneys use this argument to defend clients’ actions that may sometimes have exceeded the parameters of self-defense laws. In one of
When reading through case summaries and Report of Investigations (ROI), I always look for what a security clearance applicant’s motivation was for committing a crime, doing illegal drugs, or just plain lying about stuff. In most cases, the motivation is easy to figure out: financial difficulties, alcohol or drug dependency,