At The Sanders Firm, P.C., we believe that your rights as a public employee are unique and important. As part of the government, you are rights are protected by the Fifth Amendment. It is essential that you protect these rights and if they have been violated you may seek redress.
Violation of public employee Fifth Amendment rights in relationship to self-incrimination include interrogations in which employees are threatened with being demoted, fired, or in some other way punished; intimidation in order to admit guilt or wrongdoing, and threats related to firing, demotion, or other such punishments if the employee does not tell the truth and admit guilt. Generally, such behavior by a government employer is unlawful.