Police contacted my employer after a false report in which no complaint towards me was filed, yet found the need to contact my employer and send them digging through personal things outside of work and forced me to resign. Is this legal?

Police contacted my employer after a false report in which no complaint towards me was filed, yet found the need to contact my employer and send them digging through personal things outside of work and forced me to resign. Is this legal?

1 answer  |  asked Sep 6, 2016 3:23 PM [EST]  |  applies to New York

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V Jonas Urba
Consult with a lawyer. Not enough facts and you don't want to post them on a public forum.

Will need to know exactly what you do, what your employment application asked for, what the issue was, how it might or might not relate to what you do on the job, how you answered questions on your application, etc....

These are not personal injury cases. The facts are everything and they take lots of time to gather, analyze, and address.

posted by V Jonas Urba  |  Sep 8, 2016 3:27 PM [EST]

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