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Due-process requirements in suspension without pay

Topic: 
POLICE--PERSONNEL
Author: 
Higginbotham, Jeffrey.
Publisher/Date: 
1997
Note: 
In the Police Chief -- Vol. 64 - no. 11 (November 1997).
Summary: 
The Supreme Court ruled that a tenured public employee who is suspended without pay following a felony arrest is not denied due process when the suspension occurs without prior notice or hearing.