Representation of Teachers
Is your New York State Certification to teach in public schools at risk for one of the reasons described here?
- You have been accused of unprofessional conduct in the course of your work as a teacher
- You have been charged with a crime such as sexual abuse of minors
- You have been convicted of a crime such as driving under the influence of alcohol
Whatever the particulars of your situation are, you may have both a criminal matter to resolve with the courts and an ethical violation matter to resolve in an administrative hearing. Your school district may pursue disciplinary charges against you under civil service law, under education law or arbitration provisions of a collective bargaining agreement.
From Law Offices in Albany and Schenectady: Unprofessional Conduct Defense, Criminal Defense for Educators
The Law Office of Mark J. Sacco, PLLC, is well prepared to assist you in your criminal case as well as your administrative hearing in Albany, Schenectady, Saratoga, the Capital Region or elsewhere in New York State.
Our experienced criminal defense attorneys understand the need of a defendant in a criminal matter to protect his or her professional license as well as avert a criminal record whenever possible. If we represent you, a teacher with a criminal matter or a professional misconduct matter in New York, we will advise you at every point along the way as to what we consider to be your best options. We are prepared to defend you in court as well as in administrative hearings in your particular school or at the state level.
Contact the Law Office of Mark J. Sacco, PLLC
If you have been charged with a crime or accused of professional misconduct and need to speak with a lawyer, schedule a consultation at our Albany or Schenectady, New York, law office. Call us at 518-631-4046 or contact us online .