Michigan Criminal Defense Attorney Paul J. Tafelski Discusses Working at the Airport With a Felony
Michigan criminal defense attorney Paul J. Tafelski releases a new (https://www.michigandefenselaw.com/blog/can-you-work-at-the-airport-with-a-felony/) article explaining the possibility of working at an airport with a felony. The lawyer mentions that a criminal record makes it hard for someone to secure employment whether it is with a private company or a large enterprise such as an airport. There are many different types of workers in an airport and depending on the position, there may be different kinds of criteria for hiring someone.
“Whether you are looking to work for the airport itself, an individual airline, or one of the many other supporting positions within the airport, any commercial airport is subject to concerns about national security. While you will be applying with that specific company and subject to their hiring practices, in most cases, you will be looking at having to undergo a thorough background check. And most applications will ask some questions about any criminal activity that you are bound by law to answer truthfully,” says the Michigan criminal defense attorney.
The lawyer explains that if an individual is looking to be hired by the TSA (Transportation Security Administration), they have to be ready for a thorough background check. These checks will be significant in determining whether a person will have some security clearance for working at the airport.
Attorney Paul J. Tafelski adds that TSA uses a lot of information to determine the eligibility of an applicant. This information can include looking at Interpol, terrorist watchlists, and other government databases for any history of mental illness. Criminal history is also one thing that the TSA will consider. Someone with a criminal charge or conviction may be disqualified from working temporarily or permanently depending on the charge.
In the article, attorney Tafelski says that if a person pleads guilty to or is found guilty by reason of insanity for espionage, sedition, treason, terrorism, murder, unlawful possession of an explosive or explosive device, they may be disqualified permanently from ever holding a position at the TSA.
According to the criminal defense attorney, “If you have been convicted, pled guilty to, or found not guilty by reason of insanity of extortion, fraud, bribery, smuggling, immigration violation, arson, kidnapping, robber, and many others, within the past seven years, or if you were released from incarceration within five years of your application, you will be considered temporarily disqualified for holding a position with the TSA”.
Lastly, attorney Paul Tafelski emphasizes the importance of having a skilled lawyer when facing charges of criminal offenses. Having an experienced attorney may be able to help the defendant understand their rights and protect their freedom.
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